The best way to decorate your space is by adding mirrors—they literally make your space feel so much bigger. I’ve been eyeing a few Pottery Barn mirrors and thought it would be helpful to share them.
I know how long it can take to shop around online, so hopefully, this helps you save some time. I’m covering all kinds of shapes, sizes, and colors so you can find the perfect fit.
You should also check out my post on the best Anthropologie Mirror Dupes here for mirrors in the Primrose style!
Best 8 Pottery Barn Mirrors
I’ve been obsessing over small round mirrors because I think they look really nice next to the front door. The Layne Round Mirror has one of the most simple designs but it’s still so so chic.
It comes in 3 different colors: brass, nickel, and bronze. I feel like even though the design is minimal it creates a very spacious and glam aesthetic.
This round wall mirror is also the perfect size and takes up a decent amount of space on the wall. The round shape naturally blends in with any home making it easy to style anywhere.
It starts out at $349, which is super reasonable to me considering mirrors are expensive and this one is decently sized. You can really never go wrong with investing in a mirror.
I had to include the Milford Arch Floor Mirror because it reminded me of some of the Anthropologie mirrors. The only difference is that this one has legs at the bottom to lean it up against the wall.
The arch design has such an easy style that dresses up any room. I think this mirror would look really good in a bedroom or office space.
The black coating on the iron frame gives off a modern aesthetic. I think this mirror would complement a very neutral-looking room with its bold color. It’s also perfect for a walk-in closet situation.
Of course, I had to include a classic full-length mirror. I feel like a large mirror is essential in every home—got to get those outfit pics!
The Layne Floor Mirror comes in 3 different colors: nickel, brass, and bronze—making it simple and chic. This mirror is so big you could replace having wall art and just style this mirror as furniture home decor instead.
You really can’t go wrong with a full-length mirror. This type of mirror will literally look good in bigger rooms.
For $799, I definitely think it’s worth the investment since most mirrors this size go for a lot more.
This Bently Rounded Rectangle Wall Mirror is so mid-century modern and I’m here for it—this is one of my favorite style finds.
I love the bentwood frame and walnut color finish. It gives off a very vintage vibe.
This would look really nice styled next to a vase of pampas grass or a big leafy plant. The natural wood color really adds a lot of warmth to the space.
It’s the perfect in-between size to add to any wall. It’s also not too expensive at $499.
This Pottery Barn wall mirror features a multi-panel design with 25 beveled mirrors. The style really brings a lot into your home with its texture and size.
It comes in two different frame colors: bronze and silver. This kind of mirror would look really good in a rustic or barn-inspired home.
You can mount it either horizontally or vertically depending on how much space you want to take up. There are really so many fun ways to style this mirror, it’ll look good anywhere.
I had to include another full-length mirror in the mix. This one is part of their Berke collection and only comes in the antique bronze finish.
The frame itself is made out of iron and crafted entirely by hand. I love how oversized the mirror is, it’s perfect for seeing your outfits or snapping a quick ootd.
This color frame is also the best way to add some pop of contrast to your space, especially if you decorated everything with light neutral colors.
You can either mount the mirror on the wall or leave it leaning against the wall—it’s up to you.
If you’ve been on the hunt for a mirror with a super fun and unique design the Wexler Round Wall Mirror is a really great option.
It has a gravity-defying design that allows the mirror to hover slightly away from the wall—it almost looks like the mirror is floating.
You have the option to hang it horizontally or vertically—both look very cool once hung up. The metal brackets also allow you to adjust the mirror positioning giving you lots of flexibility.
It only comes in the antique brass color frame, which gives it a very classy and chic look.
Last but not least, I’ve been eyeing this gorgeous Hailee Brass Oval Wall Mirror for our entryway. It has the most unique frame and mirror design.
This type of mirror makes a great wall art replacement. You can easily style it in the entryway, living room, bedroom, bathroom, or really anywhere.
I love that this mirror feels vintage-inspired, but at the same time looks very contemporary. It only comes in an antique brass finish, so that’s something to keep in mind before purchasing it.
Those were all my current fav mirrors Pottery Barn edition. I can’t wait to add some more decorative mirrors to my new home to make it look chicer.
Definitely let me know if you decide to add any of these super cute and simple mirrors to your home. You can tag me or shoot me a DM on Insta @wtfab.
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Pottery Barn mirrors are typically between the $399 to $1499 price range.
The best places to buy mirrors are from:
– Pottery Barn
– West Elm
Pottery Barn typically sells all types of mirrors. They have a ton of different sizes, styles, and price ranges.
Elise Armitage is an entrepreneur and founder of What The Fab, a travel + lifestyle blog based in California. At the beginning of 2019, Elise left her corporate job at Google to chase her dreams: being an entrepreneur and helping women find fabulous in the everyday. Since then, she’s launched her SEO course Six-Figure SEO, where she teaches bloggers how to create a passive revenue stream from their website using SEO. Featured in publications like Forbes, Elle, HerMoney, and Real Simple, Elise is a firm believer that you can be of both substance and style.