7 Gorgeous Wall Mirrors That Make Any Room Feel Complete

It's no secret that the right mirror can make a cramped room feel more open. But we also like using mirrors in spaces where we wish we had a window or in places that need a quick refresh.

Oval Walnut wall mirror from Crate & Barrel photo

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Penarth Walnut Oval Wall Mirror

Whether you prefer rustic or Scandinavian-inspired style, this wood mirror adds a classic touch. Its oval shape and subtle Arabian design elements make it a standout piece of wall decor. Hang it horizontally above a sofa to make the space seem larger, or hang it vertically in a bedroom to use as a full-length mirror. Described as "perfect," "gorgeous," and "unique" by dozens of satisfied shoppers, we see why it has a near-perfect rating at Crate & Barrel.

To Buy: $399; crateandbarrel.com

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Accent mirror with a gold geometric frame from Joss & Main photo

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Prisma Modern & Contemporary Accent Mirror

If you're looking for a wall mirror that doubles as art, this is it. The geometric wire frame makes it appear as if there are several mirrors in one, reflecting light to immediately brighten your space. We think this mirror would look best above a vanity; you can even dangle necklaces from the wire frame for easy access while getting ready in the morning.

To Buy: $100; jossandmain.com

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Gold wall mirror with a curved top from Houzz photo

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Gold Lincoln Mirror

This luxe-looking mirror totally nails the vintage-inspired vibe. We think it would look amazing in a room with rattan furniture and curated decor for an eclectic, boho style. Its curved shape is so eye-catching, it would also look great on a wall where perhaps you wish there were a window. If you've been wanting a gold-framed mirror, get this one now while it's on sale!

To Buy: $199 (was $249); houzz.com

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Round mirror with bone inlay from West Elm photo

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Herringbone Round Mirror

Made from hand-inlaid bone tile, each mirror created in this style is truly one of a kind. The gray-and-white herringbone pattern would look right at home among a variety of design styles, but we think it would look especially charming paired with coastal-inspired decor. Bonus: It comes with mounting hardware so you can hang it as soon as it arrives.

To Buy: $349; westelm.com

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Gold starburst mirror from Target photo

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Andrea Wall Mirror

This sunburst mirror is a stunning accent all on its own, but we like picturing it as the cornerstone of a gallery wall. Surround it with family photos, art prints, or other round mirrors for a statement wall that's bound to captivate guests. Don't be afraid to pair it with other sculptural elements—like this three-piece set—if you want the "wow" factor.

To Buy: $71; target.com

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Asymmetrical wall mirror with acacia wood frame from West Elm photo

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Mid-Century Asymmetrical Wall Mirror

This funky mirror is inspired by mid-century style—but with an Italian twist. Its unique shape breaks the mold of standard rectangular mirrors, introducing a dynamic design element worthy of admiration. And it doesn't just look good; its sustainably sourced acacia wood and Fair Trade certified production make it a purchase you can feel good about, too.

To Buy: $399; westelm.com

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Rectangular wall mirror with curved edges from Joss & Main photo

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Lugo Rectangle Gold Metal Wall Mirror

We can imagine hanging this timeless mirror in every room of the house. Rounded corners, beveled edges, and a gold frame give the classic silhouette a fresh, upscale feel. More than 100 shoppers give this mirror a glowing five-star review; in fact, many of them love it so much that they purchased two to add a touch of glamour to their double vanity.

To Buy: $233 (was $292)

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