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Saturday, July 16, 2011

WANTED: Floor Length Mirror

In our entryway, we have a large, unadorned wall that is perfect for a dramatic floor-length mirror.  


I'm thinking something like these:



I love these gigantic, ornate mirrors, but not in white for our space.


This one is great, but too expensive from Restoration Hardware at $2000 (plus shipping I imagine).

The next 5 are from Horchow and actually way less than RH.






Do you know of any good sources for floor length mirrors?  


38 comments:

  1. You'd have to go often, but have you tried HomeGoods?

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  2. I just bought one from HomeGoods two weeks ago! Ours is more antiqued goldish, but if you wanted another color I'm sure it would be easy to spray paint.

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  3. That is a perfect spot for a nice big mirror... and that second one from Horchow is fantastic! I love it!

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  4. What a great idea- that space is perfect for a floor length mirror! The 3rd one from Horchow is my favorite! How about Ballard Designs, Pier 1 or Pottery Barn? I also agree with the above comments-you never know what gems you might find at Homegoods! Good Luck! :)

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  5. We have a simpler one from Horchow - wait until October - I think that's when they go on sale.

    Try Ballard,West Elm And a framing store!

    Good luck!

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  6. what about building your own? buying the plain mirror then the fancy trim you want & put it all together yourself? I have seen it done all around blogland...

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  7. ooh those mirrors are gorgeous! they would look amazing! dont ask me, i cant even get a mini mirror that looks like that where im from!

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  8. the very last one you posted from Horchow is great, my best friend has it in antique white and its sturdy and aint going anywhere! Its a great piece and she got it at a sale they were having, you will have to pay for freight cost, but any mirror of that size is going to charge you that anyways!

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  9. ZGallerie was the first place that popped into my head. Here's a couple:
    http://www.zgallerie.com/p-10945-timber-mirror-leaner.aspx
    http://www.zgallerie.com/p-6013-harper-floor-mirror.aspx
    There are several at West Elm that are less expensive too. Like this one:
    http://www.westelm.com/products/chunky-wood-floor-mirror-w217/?pkey=cmirrors

    Good luck!

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  10. Oooh, love the mirrors! Check local antique stores (although it might get pricey) and Craigslist. I can't tell you all the things I find on Craigslist!

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  11. That spot is just screaming for a mirror - perfect idea. I saw the perfect large, white ornate mirror at HomeSense the other day for $499! Too bad shipping from all the way up in Canada would be atrocious! Good luck with the search. Check your Home Goods.

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  12. I just saw some amazing ones at Home Goods last week for $100! BTW, I am building a house and am trying to find the perfect wall and trim color. I love yours! What colors did you use in your entry way?

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  13. We bought one at Homegoods for $50!

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  14. you could make one :) if you can find a pretty old door you like...!

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  15. How about Homegoods? They've got all sorts of bug mirrors, very reasonably priced :)

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  16. Love the idea of a mirror. But, I have always wondered if they secure them somehow to a stud in the wall as they always seem to show them just leaning...wouldn't want it toppling over onto little James.

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  17. Definitely Home Goods. I would anchor to the wall also.

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  18. those white mirrors are to die for! I just love white frames- mirrors definitely open up a space!

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  19. I am totally obsessed with getting one for our next home. All of these are stunning Megan! If you find a great place, please let me know! I have seen a few at Anthropologie, but they are a little more rustic (opposed to the modern/vintage look).
    -Linh

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  20. love the drama of a mirror like that!

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  21. After months of looking I found a great one at IKEA. They have a series named SONGE, but I bought the floor length with the curved top.

    Good luck!

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  22. Love that second one in the list of mirrors from Horchow. I think I've seen some at West Elm before!

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  23. Don't laugh but I found my giant (and i mean giant) mirror at Value City Furniture. It was the deal of a lifetime too we only paid $275 for it and it looks stunning in our dining room.

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  24. The second one from Horchow is amazing! Try Uttermost Mirror Company.

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  25. Ah!! I found one extremely similar to the RH mirror at a garage sale for.....$40!!!! It's a deep brown...I've been contemplating painting it white, because of my LR decor...but I had to smile when I saw these!! Someday when I get my living room all complete, I will post pics!!

    Keep looking, you'll never know where you'll find one!

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  26. a full length mirror would be fabulous there!

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  27. I adore those! Homegoods has them on occasion.

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  28. There is a place on Harwin that sells one like the first one. I know someone who had one for her now sold sho. I will ask her for info.

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  29. I think a fancy mirror there would be AMAZING! Have you looked at Z Gallerie?

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  30. I know this sounds crazy, but we just got one from Value City Furniture for a steal! Not sure if you have those in your area, but they have great on trend pieces for even less than Home Goods!
    Love your idea :)

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  31. For floor mirrors, I would suggest Z Gallerie, IKEA, West Elm and Marshalls.

    I love your entry way paint color! What color is it? I'm trying to decide on a paint color for mine.

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  32. Ooo thats a perfect place for a huge mirror! I don't know of any good places to get one, but I love the ones you posted!

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  33. Ikea!
    They have cheap floor length mirrors that are chunky. I bet you could change/dress up the frame however you wanted!
    http://www.ikea.com/us/en/catalog/products/00081591

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  34. Try Brocade Home
    {https://www.brocadehome.com/index.php?main_page=index&cPath=1008_101001&sort=20a&page=-1&zenid=9cvanu6juttg4um4mlgctbo4q2}

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  35. I love the Omni Leaner Mirror from Z Gallerie. Absolutely beautiful!

    http://www.zgallerie.com/p-9243-omni-leaner-mirror.aspx

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