Reflect On This: 5 Must-Have Wall Mirrors

Mirror, mirror on the wall, who’s the fairest of them all?

Well, we’ve taken the hassle out of answering this question for you by compiling five of our favourite reflective designs…you can thank us later! Whether used as a decorative wall feature, a practical addition to the hallway or simply to create the illusion of light and space, mirrors are a key design element in most home schemes. From budget beauties to break-the-bank wonders, we’ve looked to some of the best-known designers and interiors stores for inspiration, so read on and reflect on these mirror marvels…

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1. Made.com

Mirrors don’t get much sassier than this Cora design from online retail giant, Made.com. Created by the brand’s very own in-house design studio, the jewel-shaped mirror comes in two sizes, both of which are suspended from the brass wall fitting by a slick black leather strap. We’re particular taken with the elegant plated brass frame, which offers a subtle touch of luxe without being gaudy. Take our word for it…your walls need this mirror!

Cora Large Black & Gold Mirror: £129.00
Cora Mirror Black & Gold £99.00

www.made.com


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2. Broste Copenhagen

As one of the leading interior brands to come out of Scandinavia, Broste Copenhagen brings us its Art Mirror collection in a set of 5 (for when one just isn’t enough!). Available in two coloured glass finishes of grey and copper, each individual mirror comes in a different curved shape so that you can create a wall feature of your own. Line them up, scatter them about or pop one in every room, the choice is yours!

Art Mirrors – Set of 5: £248.00
Available in grey and copper

brostecopenhagen.com
amara.com


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3. Mood Collections

Coloured glass has been a big trend for mirrors this season. Team that with geometric shapes and you’ve got yourself a showstopper! We love this Coxbridge circular mirror from new interiors brand on the block, Mood Collections. The geometric-shaped inlaid glass comes in four vibrant colour palettes, with tones of turquoise, grey and canary yellow combined to complement a breadth of interior schemes. Colour match with your soft furnishings and accessories for a beautifully curated room.

Coxbridge Mirror: £368.00
Available in four colours

moodcollections.co.uk


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4. Another Country

If modern simplicity is your thing, then opt for the Chord round mirror from Another Country with its über sleek wood accent. Created by the talented Catherine Aitken Studio, Chord combines solid oak detailing with mirrored glass to add a characterful yet understated element to any interior space. Available in two oiled finishes of white and walnut, the subtle wood slice contrasts beautifully against the highly reflective surface, without detracting from the functionality of the mirror. We think it would sit beautifully above a dressing table or hung as a cool alternative to your standard bathroom mirror.

Chord Mirror: £350.00

anothercountry.com


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5. Pinch

Last but by no means least is the beautifully simple Iona mirror from Pinch Design. Epitomising the ethos of simplistic, quality design that Pinch is so well known for, the Iona oval mirror is beautifully crafted in a choice of white oiled oak or black American walnut. The wood is gently manipulated to create the mirror’s curved frame and secured with a classic shaker-style joint with brass rivet detail to one side. We love the combination of the wood’s natural grains and knots teamed with the pared-back silhouette – definitely one for the lust list!

Iona Mirror: From £655.00

pinchdesign.com
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Which is your favourite?