Mirrors, like windows, can add a real sense of space and light to any room…so why not combine the two?! We’ve searched our favourite online retailers to find the best wall mirrors on the market, so you can make your living space look as cavernous as possible! Here they are:
Window Mirror – £329.99 (was £550), Latitude Vive
We’re not sure that a photograph can do it justice, but this large window mirror from Latitude Vive is rather massive and very heavy – a real statement piece. If we tell you that it’s a sizeable 150cm high and 80cm wide, with a bronze frame finish, then you should get an idea. Best of all, this quality item is currently available in the sale at over £220 off, so act now if you want to get your hands on a real statement piece at a great price.
CH House have made something of a habit of producing stand-out wall mirrors, from the classic to the contemporary. We highly recommend their porthole mirrors (ideal for a nautical-themed bathroom!) but today we’re focussing on their rather grand arch window mirror which is an impressive 132cm wide by 179cm high and has segments edged in a bronze-coloured finish. It’ll add a country house feel to your home in a stroke!
Lenaig Window Style Mirror – £149, La Redoute Interieurs
A simple but no less effective design, the Lenaig window style mirror from La Redoute Interieurs will add a feeling of space to your home. On a backdrop of black MDF, it measures 98cm high by 68cm wide (with a depth of 7.5cm) and is divided into seven segments (with a circular node at each intersection) by a metal frame covered in matt black paint. It includes two hooks to enable you to attach it to your wall.
Window Wall Mirror in Silver – £199, Yearn
Another classic piece that will work just as well in a contemporary interior design scheme, Yearn’s window mirror has an arch shape and will make your room feel bigger. The frame – which is made from long-lasting and moisture-resistant engineered wood, is over 111cm high and almost 61cm wide (it’s 3cm deep) and has a silver-coloured finish, although this mirror is also available with a white frame.
Roebuck Mirror – Cream – £89.99 (was £99.99), Gallery
We love the medieval-style shape of this Roebuck mirror from Gallery – and luckily, your don’t have to have a Dark Ages-era house in order for it to look fabulous! The mirror’s intricate metal frame is finished in a cream colour with an aged effect, and is 94cm high by 50cm wide. It’s currently available in the sale with a tenner off, so act now if you want to add this statement piece to your living space.