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Reasons Why You Need a Brass Mirror: 9 Gorgeous Mirrors

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Brass Mirror, by Blogger What The Fab

If you’re looking for new ways to subtlety redecorate your home, I think the best way to elevate your space is with a brass mirror. Any mirror will do the trick, but there’s something about brass accent pieces that I’m obsessed with. 😍

I’m sure you’ve heard this before, but incorporating mirrors throughout your home helps make the space feel a lot bigger and more open concept. It also doubles as home decor because you can play around with different shapes and sizes. 

I love gold accents, so when I was shopping around for mirrors the brass really stood out to me because some have that gold aesthetic to the—it’s time to ditch the classic silver and black colors. So here are my favorite brass mirrors.

9 of the Best Brass Mirrors

Brass Mirror, by Blogger What The Fab
Brass Mirror, by Blogger What The Fab
Image via Anthropologie

1. Adelaide Mirror

I had to start off with my favorite brass mirror, the Adelaide by Anthropologie. When I was in the process of designing my cloffice—you can see my Blogger Office Room Reveal here—I wanted the vibes to feel very feminine with lots of gold accents. 

I knew I wanted a full-length mirror to take my outfit pics, so the Adelaide was perfect. I also loved it because it was very similar to the Gleaming Primrose Mirror, but was selling for a third of the price (and the Adelaide is smaller and fit my space better). 

This is the perfect brass mirror to incorporate into your space for an elegant and aesthetic touch. 

Brass Mirror, by Blogger What The Fab
Image via Crate & Barrel

2. Edge Brass Arch Floor Mirror

If you have a more mid-century modern or minimalist type of style, you’ll love this Crate & Barrel Edge Brass Arch Floor Mirror. It has the sleekest brass frame that will add subtle details to your space.

You can either lean the mirror against the wall or hang it up—it’s even safe to put up in your bathroom. I think the rounded edges give a refreshing look compared to the classic straight edge mirrors. 

It’s a really large full-length mirror making it the perfect addition to any space. You’ll also be happy to know it’s reasonably priced for its size.

Brass Mirror, by Blogger What The Fab
Image via West Elm

3. Thin Metal Wall Mirror

This Thin Metal Wall Mirror is the perfect size to be a hallway mirror to add as an accent piece. It has a very antique vibe to it making it a very timeless style. 

I love the brass finish on the frame because it adds a pop of color. It’s also super easy to hang since it has all the hardware included. 

You could also set the mirror up in your bathroom for some more aesthetic detailing. The size is just right making it not too small and not too big.

Image via Anthropologie

4. Gleaming Primrose Mirror

How could I not include the famous Gleaming Primrose Mirror from Anthropologie! You’ll find this mirror in almost every influencer’s home because it’s so gorgeous.

This style comes in a few different sizes but the floor and large sizes are *chef’s kiss* so good. I originally wanted this mirror for my cloffice, but opted for the Adelaide Mirror because of the price tag. 

With that being said, this is a really expensive mirror but totally worth the investment if it’s in your budget. This mirror is stunning and has a timeless design.

The brass finish will add the perfect amount of pop to your space. 

Image via Pottery Barn

5. Vintage Rounded Rectangular Mirror

This Vintage Rounded Rectangular Mirror by Pottery Barn is very similar to the Thin Metal Wall Mirror by West Elm but the only difference is the rounded edges. 

I love that this mirror gives off luxury hotel vibes. I could totally see this mirror styled in a bathroom with a fun tropical wallpaper in the background or in your entryway above storage as an accent piece. 

You can also play around with the way you want to display it so either flip it horizontally or keep it vertically up.

There are so many styling opportunities with this brass mirror.

Brass Mirror, by Blogger What The Fab
Image via Marks and Spencer

6. Sunburst Metal Round Mirror

This is more of a fun gold wall mirror to incorporate into your home. I’m in love with the sunburst design because it really looks like a piece of art—it’s very eye-catching.

It’s also a decent size at 80 cm in height, 2 cm in width, and 80 cm in length. This is a really great mirror option if you’re looking for something more unique and untraditional.

You could easily incorporate this in your office space for some brightness or make your own gallery wall while mixing in this sunburst design.

Image via Crate & Barrel

7. Edge Brass Arch Wall Mirror

This Edge Brass Arch Wall Mirror is basically the smaller version of the Edge Brass Arch Floor Mirror. So if you love the design of the arch floor mirror but you’re looking for something more compact to mount on the wall or place on top of a dresser for decor this mirror is perfect.

I’m in love with the minimal design mixed with elegance because of the rounded edges. I think this would a fun and different kind of mirror to incorporate into your bathroom. 

It could look very stunning placed in your bedroom facing your bed as a way to open the space and look like a work of art. 

Image via West Elm

8. Decorated Brass Circle Shelf Mirror

This Decorated Brass Circle Shelf Mirror is another fun option to incorporate around your house for a more playful aesthetic. 

I really like how they styled this shelf mirror with a little succulent to show you that there are so many ways to work this piece into your space. 

You can keep things minimal and not put anything on it or you can have fun with it and style it to match the room it’s in.

Brass Mirror, by Blogger What The Fab
Image via CB2

9. Infinity Brass Round Wall Mirror

Last up, is this classic Infinity Brass Round Wall mirror by CB2. I personally love round mirror designs because they take up a decent amount of wall space to double up as wall decor. 

I think you really can’t go wrong with the brass color because of its timeless look. Although it has such a simple design, it easily pairs well with anything. 

You can also place them anywhere in your house from the bathroom to the entryway to your bedroom—the possibilities are endless. 

Those were all my favorites—you seriously can’t go wrong with a brass mirror. I hope this helped you find a new mirror to add to your space or made you fall in love with the color brass.

As always, I love seeing what you all end up with and how you style it so be sure to tag me on Insta @wtfab

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What are the best brass mirrors?

The best brass mirrors are:
Adelaide Mirror by Anthropologie
– Gleaming Primrose Mirror by Anthropologie
Edge Brass Arch Floor Mirror by Crate & Barrel

Is gold similar to brass on a mirror?

Yes, brass can look a lot like gold on a mirror. Brass is a great alternative compared to gold.

Should I get a brass mirror or a black mirror?

Color preference is ultimately up to you and how you’re styling your space. I think a brass mirror adds a lot of elegance while a black mirror adds a modern touch.

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