Place this mirror where it can catch the most sunlight and allow the individual reflective pieces to bounce the rays around the room.To buy: $298, kennethwingard.com.Featured May 2012
Strategically place this oversized mirror to give the illusion of space in a small room or where you can take one final look before walking out the door.To buy: $280, westelm.com.
Can’t decide which shape you want on your wall? Get an angular silhouette with this mirror’s rectangular, earthy frame and a gentler curve with the inset oval glass.To buy: $115, ballarddesigns.com.
The ornate, feminine frame is painted a glossy black to keep the piece modern. Hang it above a vanity or in an entryway to make a statement on an otherwise blank wall.To buy: $40, ikea.com.
This substantial and dynamic piece has a steel frame that gives it an industrial vibe. The overlapping discs create a textured edge that adds a punch of personality to your decor.To buy: $449, crateandbarrel.com.
Reminiscent of a Grecian headpiece, the frame—made of gilded metal leaves—surrounds an antiqued mirror to maintain that historic feel.To buy: $420, zincdoor.com.
The weathered frame and the antiqued glass, measuring 30 inches in diameter, would make a moody focal point at the end of a long hallway.To buy: $225, laylagrayce.com.
A three-dimensional conversation piece that reveals a crescent of color inset into the 14-inch square.To buy: Blue Pop Art mirror, $179, globalviews.com for stores.
Customize by hanging it from a wide grosgrain ribbon or a simple chain, both included with the mirror. Measures 20 inches high, 15 inches wide.To buy: $79, potterybarn.com.
Pressed tin gives it a hit of seaside texture. Also available in round and rectangular shapes, which group well on a landing. Measures 8¼ inches high, 6¼ inches wide.To buy: $22, areohome.com.
Changes personality based on its background. On a sunny yellow wall, it’s glamorous; on hot pink, it’s preppy. Measures 40 inches in diameter.To buy: $445, highfashionhome.com.
Formidable, regal, and rich, this treasure could be the crowning dramatic touch in a dark-painted powder room. Measures 24 inches in diameter.To buy: $495, arteriorshome.com for stores.
Subtly nostalgic, it summons dark-paneled 19th-century coziness. Measures 33 inches high, 24 inches wide.To buy: $282, lampsplus.com.
A little beat-up, it has the allure of a French antique without the stuffiness. Meaures 44 inches high, 38½ inches wide.To buy: $498, anthropologie.com.
Place this artful object on a sideboard in a dining room to play up candlelight or a beautiful buffet. Meaures 22 inches in diameter.To buy: $350, e-mail email@example.com to order.
Reinterpreted in carved, unvarnished wood, this mirror-mirror-on-the-wall has a sense of humor. Measures 36½ inches high, 28 inches wide.To buy: $805, e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org to order.
Large iron circles make a spectacular but not too serious statement above a sofa. Measures 44 inches high, 53 inches wide.To buy: $900, arteriorshome.com for stores.
Rough-hewn but controlled, it’s a slightly stern use of beachy flotsam. Lean vertically or hang horizontally. Measures 54 inches high, 30 inches wide.To buy: $756, interiorhomescapes.com.
Picture it in a muted, minimalist bedroom, where every element is subtly spectacular. Measures 79 inches high, 26 inches wide.To buy: $950, e-mail email@example.com to order.
Painted to look like porcupine quills, it has the risky glamour you would see in a fabulous boutique hotel. Measures 33 inches in diameter.To buy: $700, horchow.com.
Eighteenth-century curves combined with a modern lacquer finish. Hang low over a sideboard or at eye level in an entry. Measures 28 inches high, 40 inches wide. Also available in white.To buy: $595, jonathanadler.com.
Any fireplace—marble, brick, wood—would benefit from this shimmery spectacle. Round and radiating, it also gets high marks for feng shui. Measures 32 inches in diameter.To buy: $1,300, mecoxgardens.com for stores.Get Daily Finds via e-mailSee all Daily Finds from this month