Mirror, mirror on the wall, who’s the chicest of them all?
It’s no secret mirrors are a designer's go-to accessory. Not only do they make spaces appear larger, they add dimension and texture. If I can work a full-length mirror into a closet, I definitely will! While you may not have extra square footage for a full length mirror in your closet, there are plenty of areas around the home you can place one -- from the entryway to the dining room to the back of a door.
Here are a few of my favorite full length mirrors that not only help you ensure your outfit is on point, but also add a decorative design element.
Evoking the rugged California coast, this landscape-inspired mirror is made from recycled, reclaimed, repurposed materials. Great for nature-enthusiasts, I appreciate how it thoughtfully brings the outdoors inside.
Who doesn't love a little romance? You can channel a classic Italian aesthetic with modern flair by incorporating this arched mirror with pane detailing. The Capra is inspired by the 16th-century architect Andrea Palladio.
I’m often inspired by the nostalgia and charm of a Parisian atelier and this gorgeous ornate, gold frame mirror is a tres chic way to bring some opulent French flair into your space.
A herringbone pattern is a playful and timeless way to add texture to any space. I adore the clean and modern white and gray colorway on this wood and bone inlay frame mirror.
I am always on the hunt for new finds, so let me know your favorite mirror in the comments below!