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5 Floor Mirrors to Make Your Living Room Feel Twice the Size

Dec 27, 2023

By Amanda Sims

You probably have a floor mirror. Out of sight, on the back of the bathroom door? Crammed into a corner of the bedroom? Basically hiding where nobody can see it but you. If the whole point of having one were just to check yourself out before scrambling out the door, those locations would make sense. But floor mirrors can do more: They can brighten up a small room, just by bouncing the light around (as mirrors do) and reflecting extra square footage where there's actually just a dead-end wall. Well-positioned, a floor mirror can make a small room feel double its size. They can also serve as artwork if you skip right past the one in a white plastic frame in aisle five and dig a little deeper. Woods, metals, wickers... architectural, frameless floor mirrors exist, too! We rounded up five top picks you can shop this minute, none of which will set you back more than a few nights out would.

Who says you can't afford an apartment with pretty arched openings? SHOP NOW: Gloss Floor Mirror by CB2, $499,

Art is nice, but this frame does the same job and then some. SHOP NOW: Artworks Still Life Floor Mirror by Philip Reinisch Co., $381,

Short on closet space? This minimal leaning mirror has a little rack built right into the top. SHOP NOW: Hanging Storage Floor Mirror by Menu, $349,

For anyone truly sick of winter, a beachy wicker silhouette. SHOP NOW: Tall Wicker Wall Mirror by MJ Vintage, $135,

Starting out with zero architectural character? This antiqued brass frame is just enough throwback. SHOP NOW: Bethany Floor Mirror in Gold by One Kings Lane, $399,

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