Looking For a New Mirror? Here Are 21 Chic Options That Won't Break the Bank
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Your bed is set, the desk is built, kitchen is kitted out, and the new towels are pride of place in the downstairs bathroom — now for the mirror. But this final addition can often come up surprisingly costly, particularly if you want it to feel elevated.
Thanks to YouTube's all-knowing algorithm, when "elevated" and "homeware" are combined, my brain keenly jumps to Architectural Digest house tours. I'm not sure if it's the plush sofa cushions, ode to erotica, or that pink marble bathtub, but Troye Sivan's Victorian-era Melbourne house is forever in my mind when kitting out my home. His tour maps out a story of selecting each piece with purpose, seeking out soft light with vintage pendants and intentionally carving out space for a well-used reading nook.
With this in mind, we've pulled the mirrors that will provide the same feeling of intention, style, and purpose — without the hefty price tag. This collection features convex curves for an artistic influence, a sense of play with terrazzo frames, and built-in shelving serving design and function.
From standout wall features to the finishing touch to your vanity, read on for the mirrors that wouldn't look out of place in an AD home, all under £100.