Top text: Mirrors are more than just a practical piece of furniture for your home, with new styles, shapes and colours you can really make a statement when decorating your walls or rooms. We have a gorgeous collection of free-standing mirrors and wall mirrors, including round, square, full-length, decorative and minimalist mirrors. You can choose framed mirrors in white, black, silver and gold or explore our unframed decorative mirrors and find the perfect one to suit the style of your home decor.
Mirrors are more than a piece of reflective glass to check yourself out in before you head out the door, they can be used around the home in many ways, strategically placed, large mirrors can create more light within rooms and make spaces appear much bigger and brighter. The best rooms to create this illusion in are the bedroom and living spaces. Round and circular mirrors are great for bathrooms, the hallway and above your dressing table.
Choose from our affordable assortment in a range of colours - including silver, gold, white and black. White framed mirrors are the perfect accessory for a cool, contemporary interior. Browse our selection of mirrors in a wide variety of designs including vintage-inspired mouldings, frame-less and much more. Our full-length mounted and free-standing mirrors are also some of our customer favourites each month.
Mirrors are no longer just a practical, functional item. They represent a central interior design element which can make a room seem more dynamic. Be inspired when using mirrors in your interior styling to make your home seem larger, brighter and more spacious.
USE DECORATIVE WALL MIRRORS TO MAKE YOUR LIVING ROOM FEEL LARGER AND BRIGHTER
If you fancy making your living room seem bigger and more spacious, then think about hanging a large wall mirror on one of your living room walls. The mirror will reflect the living room, thereby making it seem larger. Using large wall mirrors is a very effective way to add space to your room, in a simple and affordable way. Try the mirror at different angles, both vertically and horizontally, to see which fits and compliments your space better. Here are more ideas on how to integrate mirrors into the decoration of your walls, if you like the idea of something slightly less traditional.
“MAGNIFY” YOUR SMALL ROOMS VISUALLY WITH THE USE OF MIRRORS
If you have a number of small rooms and spaces in your home (a hallway, a children’s bedroom, a bathroom or a guest room etc.), using decorative mirrors as part of the interior design is a great idea. A mirror can visually magnify a room, because it can “deceive” the eye into believing that the mirror is a door leading to another room or a window in the room.
Using mirrors for the wall in an interior is also ideal if you're decorating rooms with sloping walls. Furthermore, consider using a mirror in your hallway to make the best use of the space.
USE THE REFLECTION OF THE LIGHT IN A WALL MIRROR
Natural light contains a whole range of positive effects, underlining the importance of integrating it into your interiors. Natural light can enhance the overall impression of a room, because it provides you with a better appreciation of shapes and colours. Therefore, adequate sunlight is vital – especially during the winter. Using decorative mirrors in your home can boost the natural inflow of light, and hopefully boost your energy levels as well.
USE MIRRORS AS “MOVEABLE WINDOWS” IN AN INTERIOR
To a certain extent, you could also describe mirrors as “moveable windows”. By letting your mirrors reflect sunlight, you will enhance the natural light throughout the room. This is advantageous for both ambience and well-being. Bright rooms come across as larger than dark rooms. Meanwhile, reflected sunlight can replace electronic lighting in a room.