Small spaces can be a challenge to decorate. They're even trickier when there is little natural light and low ceilings or few architectural details (read: most modern apartments). Spaces that feel small and dark are common in our modern lives, but there is one easy trick to instantly make them feel larger and brighter: large floor mirrors.
Mirrors of all sizes and shapes make a space look larger, but none are more effective in visually doubling the size of a space as large floor mirrors. If strategically placed—ideally opposite a window and reflecting something pleasant to look at, like a pretty vignette or some greenery—they will create the illusion of space and reflect much-needed natural light to improve the look and feel of the room.
Don't feel stuck in your tiny space any longer—we handpicked the best large floor mirrors to give you a taste of larger-than-life living.
All the MyDomaine New York editors own this large brass mirror, and for good reason—it makes our small spaces look huge.
Give your small space a dose of glam with this acrylic and brass framed mirror.
We love the shadowbox copper frame on this sleek modern large floor mirror.
Make your large floor mirror standout with this bone inlay mosaic frame.
This Room & Board mirror has a beautiful patina-ed metal frame with minimal leg detailing at the bottom.
Prefer a chunkier wood frame? This is the large floor mirror for you.
We love the rounded edges of this futuristic looking floor mirror from CB2.
Have you ever even seen a more beautiful floor mirror? The brass-and–white marble combo couldn't be chicer.
This acrylic floor mirror virtually disappears in your space—making it feel bigger discreetly.
Looking for a large floor mirror at a low price? Look no further than IKEA, of course.
This floating wood mirror comes in two colors so you can have it blend in with your white walls or stand out with a darker frame.
An infinity mirror is all you need to make your space feel 100% bigger.
We love the modern rounded edges of this large floor mirror for a midcentury edge.