These Mirrors Are Less Than $100 (and They're Totally Gorgeous)

Updated 10/10/17
hanging wall mirrors
Katherine Carter

It’s fall, and that means you’re preparing your home to be your sanctuary during the chilly months that lie ahead. This is the perfect time to make some interior alterations. It may seem like a daunting task, but if you’re looking to upgrade virtually any space in your home, there’s one item that does the trick every time. No—it’s not a complicated renovation or an investment purchase. In fact, you won’t have to shell out more than $100 for this design trick if you look in right places.

A simple hanging wall mirror is by far the easiest and most affordable way to spruce up any room. It adds dimension and elegance, and it can even be used to benefit the feng shui of your home. All it takes is one great find, a hammer, and a nail to completely change any room in your home. The best part is that you can find pieces that look luxe for a modest price.

If you’re in the market for a simple design upgrade, take a look through these affordable mirrors that won’t cost you more than $100.

Olive Leaf Mirror
Anthropologie Olive Leaf Mirror $58

This brass leaf–adorned mirror looks antique, but only you’ll know it’s not. It’s an ornate piece that will look good anywhere you hang it.

Holler Design Small Home Mirror
West Elm Holler Design Small Home Mirror $60

The funky design of this circular mirror is perfect for an eclectic space. Try leaning it against a mantel or shelf for a unique look.

Project 62 Round Decorative Wall Mirror Brass $50

Leave it to Target to stock a perfect entryway mirror. Every home needs a large round mirror to greet guests in the foyer and hang above your console table. 

Ypperlig Mirror, Dark Red $13

It’s no surprise that IKEA has affordable mirrors. Hang this one in your bathroom to add an element of design and to create more counter space (it comes with a handy shelf attached).

Emily & Meritt Hanging Mirror $79

This geometric mirror appears delicate and whimsical, and it’s hung by a gold chain. It’s a beautiful accent piece for any room, and it looks much more expensive than it is.

Barnes White Rectangular Wall Mirror
Crate and Barrel Barnes White Rectangular Wall Mirror $100

If you’re looking for a simple design that goes with just about any design style, this white rectangular wall mirror is the perfect fit. Pair it with the rest of your understated Scandinavian décor.

Large mirror
H&M Large mirror $80

This classic circular mirror is updated by the small looped hook detail at the top of the frame. This piece is large enough to make a statement, but it comes at a modest price.

Umbra Prisma Mirror $100

The geometric design of this mirror lends to its versatility. Hang it vertically, horizontally, or even lay it flat to use as a decorative tray.

Threshold Transitional Beaded Wall Mirror $38

Elevate your entryway or add dimension to any bare wall with this gorgeous silver mirror. It’s a classic look that’s sleek and stylish.

Stockholm Mirror, Walnut Veneer $100

Perfect for a bedroom or bathroom, this unique mirror is coated in a walnut veneer. The lower half of the frame is designed to function as a small shelf, which is great for holding small items that would otherwise clutter the space.

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