Giant Floor Mirror

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A giant floor mirror is a stylish and bold addition to any empty corner in your home. It can bounce light around the room and make the space look and feel significantly larger. And, of course, a large mirror will allow you to check out your attire from head to toe before you step out (a much-needed feature for especially tall people). Whether you put them in your walk-in closet, bedroom, or hallway, these versatile pieces will fit right in.

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Rustic Wood Mirror

Rustic Wood Mirror

Complete the look of your transitional or rustic home with this vintage-modern floor mirror. It has a contemporary design with a dark brown and light caramel traditional frame that perfectly suits other wooden furniture.

With a dimension of 65.5" H x 32" W x 0.75" D, this full-length pine wood mirror is sturdy and can easily brighten the room without appearing too extravagant. Add a potted plant nearby for a welcoming atmosphere.

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Lighted Floor Mirror

Lighted Floor Mirror

What we like: Integrated LED feature

What we don’t like: High price point

Not so great for: Traditional interiors

Perfect for: Modern interiors, dressing areas, beauty salons

Light up your primping routine with this floor mirror which is designed with exceptional quality and innovation. Embedded with brightness-adjustable LED bead strips, this mirror is fabricated with an aluminum alloy frame and a high-definition silver reflective surface. This piece is rust-proof and safe from oxidation while the mirror has a protective membrane to avoid shattering and explosion. The touch sensor switch makes it easy to navigate and also comes with a remote.

This piece is a great addition for rooms and spaces where you need a mirror and ample lighting. In your home, you can place this in the bathroom or in the vanity area. The walk-in closet is another recommended spot where this mirror will work wonders. Aside from residential applications, this is also a functional piece that you can use in salons. 

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Floor Mirror with Thick Frame
Modern & Contemporary Mirror
Modern & Contemporary Mirror
Modern & Contemporary Mirror
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Modern & Contemporary Mirror
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Modern & Contemporary Mirror
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Floor Mirror with Thick Frame

Brayden Studio®

What we like: Substantial frame size gives it a nice visual weight

What we don’t like: Price point is a bit high for its size

Not so great for: Glamorous spaces

Perfect for: Contemporary and modern interiors, versatile room application depending on the mirror size

Featuring clean lines and an engineered wood frame, this floor mirror has a versatile look that will complement any existing decor. Its sturdy construction makes this piece a great option to lean against the wall in a bedroom or guest room, letting you check yourself out before heading out for the day.

The mitered frame of this piece gives it a modern and contemporary appeal. With nine sizes and three finishes to choose from, you can style the different areas of your home with this single-floor mirror design. Best to be hung or secured on a wall for stability, even when placed on the floor since it’s more on the flimsy side.

$228.66

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Thin Framed Floor Mirror

Thin Framed Floor Mirror

What we like: Streamlined appeal, low price point

What we don’t like: Lightweight

Not so great for: Houses with kids or pets

Perfect for: Compact spaces, corners

This full-length floor mirror is the perfect addition to help you preen and primp while also opening up your ensemble. This piece features a rectangular design, crafted from anti-rust aluminum alloy, while the shatter-proof mirror ensures safety and durability. The streamlined frame provides a wide reflective surface, adding brightness and opening up compact spaces.

Its versatile application allows it to be freestanding or wall-mounted to save space. At 22lbs, this piece is a bit lightweight, even with its steel back support. If you opt for the freestanding assembly, we recommend placing it in a safe corner to prevent it from being knocked off. You can also consider securing the base for better stability.  

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Distressed Floor Mirror

Distressed Floor Mirror

Complement your furniture and decor with this distressed floor mirror that is simple and elegant enough to make a statement. Combining maximum functionality with versatility, this floor mirror is full-length and fits well in various home settings including traditional, contemporary, and beachy.Its minimal and distressed style with carved chevron accents creates a warm and graceful atmosphere. Coordinate with neutral-toned furniture and decors for a chic and natural look.

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Glamorous Large Floor Mirror

Glamorous Large Floor Mirror

Rosdorf Park

What we like: Fog-free finish, glossy metallic frame

What we don’t like: No lighting, not very wide

Not so good for: Small spaces or traditional decor

Perfect for: Modern decor styles

Perfect for the hallway or your walk-in closet, this large floor mirror features a thick metal frame with a metallic silver finish for a modern and stylish feel. The mirror has a leaning mount and versatile orientation if you want to switch up your decor.

The mirror’s clean lines, bright finish, and classy silhouette are perfect for those looking to add a timeless flair to their dressing space.

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Stylish Lighted Floor Mirror

Stylish Lighted Floor Mirror

Ivy Bronx

What we like: Built-in LED light bar with adjustable brightness and color modes, explosion-proof glass, non-slip bottom pad

What we don’t like: The wire on the light bar must be plugged in

Not so good for: Small and cluttered rooms

Perfect for: Dark or poorly-lit dressing spaces

This giant floor mirror is perfect if you need a full-length mirror and more light for your dressing room space. It has a sturdy aluminum alloy frame and an explosion-proof film plating on the mirror for protection. This is a fantastic feature if you have active kids or pets that run around the house.

The light bar’s brightness and color modes are adjustable with an easy-to-use touch switch. The mirror has a non-slip pad on the bottom and versatile mounting features.

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Elegant Floor Mirror
Cardy Traditional/Rustic Full Length Mirror
Cardy Traditional/Rustic Full Length Mirror
Cardy Traditional/Rustic Full Length Mirror
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Cardy Traditional/Rustic Full Length Mirror
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Elegant Floor Mirror

Kelly Clarkson Home

What we like: Rhinestone accents, metal flip stand support

What we don’t like: No lighting feature

Not so good for: Minimalist decor styles

Perfect for: Decorating a relatively dull space

This huge floor mirror with a beveled glass finish is a fantastic decor piece wherever you put it. The wooden and metal frame features rhinestone accents that lend a classic yet flashy feel to the piece. The silver finish on the frame reflects light beautifully to brighten up the space.

Mounting this mirror is no work at all as it comes with a metal flip stand. The mirror is not too wide or tall, the perfect addition for small spaces.

$189.99 $277.2

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Modern Giant Mirror
Modern & Contemporary Full-Length Mirror
Modern & Contemporary Full-Length Mirror
Modern & Contemporary Full-Length Mirror
Modern & Contemporary Full-Length Mirror
Modern & Contemporary Full-Length Mirror

Modern Giant Mirror

Joss & Main

What we like: The large size, suitable for dry and wet areas

What we don’t like: Heavyweight

Not so good for: Small spaces

Perfect for: Large bathrooms or dressing rooms

This big floor mirror is perfect for large living spaces with a contemporary decor style. It features a clean silhouette with an arched top and a stainless steel metal frame. It is both tall and wide enough to get a good view, and the large mirrored surface allows much more light reflection.

It is an excellent addition to large rooms with a modern theme but fits traditional country homes just as well. The orientation is horizontal-only due to the arched top. The heavy mirror is wall-mounted and requires good support while leaning.

$335 $333

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Vintage Classic Floor Mirror
Tressie Full Length Mirror
Tressie Full Length Mirror
Tressie Full Length Mirror
Tressie Full Length Mirror
Tressie Full Length Mirror

Vintage Classic Floor Mirror

Greyleigh™

What we like: Antique detailing, champagne silver finish

What we don’t like: No lighting fixture

Not so good for: Modern decor styles, small rooms

Perfect for: Large traditional spaces

The baroque-style wood and resin frame on this large floor mirror is perfect for traditional homes with a vintage touch. The finish is a two-toned champagne silver that reflects gold or silver depending on the time of the day and lighting. The glass has a beveled finish, giving it a smooth, error-free surface that reflects brilliantly.

The large mirror comes with wall mount brackets, but you can also lean it against the wall for an authentic look. It is a statement piece perfect for a regal bedroom or a rustic country-style entertainment room.

$619.99 $750

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Practical Urban Floor Mirror
Aimee-Anna Beveled Full Length Mirror
Aimee-Anna Beveled Full Length Mirror
Aimee-Anna Beveled Full Length Mirror
Aimee-Anna Beveled Full Length Mirror
Aimee-Anna Beveled Full Length Mirror

Practical Urban Floor Mirror

Latitude Run®

What we like: Additional storage and hanging space

What we don’t like: Relatively plain aesthetic, no lighting

Not so good for: Crowded spaces

Perfect for: Urban apartments

This huge mirror features a simple yet functional silhouette with clean, straight lines. It comes in a matte black finish that lends to the classic and minimalist style of the piece. The beveled glass provides an undisturbed reflection with no scratches or cracks.

The frame on the mirror has a sturdy metal construction that runs around the back and lower shelf. It is perfect for entryways, and you can use the additional storage spaces for footwear. It is also the ideal big mirror for bedroom to store your makeup essentials and hang some of your dress shirts.

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Rustic Country Style Large Mirror
Galilaia Body Floor Full Length Mirror

Rustic Country Style Large Mirror

Gracie Oaks

What we like: Distressed finish, large size

What we don’t like: Non-beveled

Not so good for: Urban living spaces

Perfect for: Rustic space, large rooms

This hand-crafted large wood floor mirror features a manufactured wood frame with a white-washed natural grain finish. You can hang it on the wall to save space or leave it to lean for a natural feel. It features both horizontal and vertical orientation so you can arrange your furnishings as you see fit.

The big floor mirror has a warm and relaxing feel from the natural wood grain—perfect for your countryside family holiday home.

$276.99 $675

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Medieval Gothic Big Floor Mirror
Solange Modern & Contemporary Full Length Mirror
Solange Modern & Contemporary Full Length Mirror
Solange Modern & Contemporary Full Length Mirror
Solange Modern & Contemporary Full Length Mirror
Solange Modern & Contemporary Full Length Mirror

Medieval Gothic Big Floor Mirror

Kelly Clarkson Home

What we like: Arched top

What we don’t like: Very slim shape

Not so good for: Large empty walls or spaces

Perfect for: Narrow walls

This giant mirror features a metal frame and an arched top that reminds us of the medieval-gothic period. The frame is very slim, so it is best suited for smaller rooms. The overall aesthetic is very stylish and can even prove useful in widening narrow entryways.

The piece comes in an antique gold finish and purposeful distressing that goes well with transitional decor styles. The piece has a shatterproof finish, so it is perfectly safe to hang in busy corridors in homes with active kids or pets.

$154.99

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Buying Guide

Mirrors are an affordable way to bring in more light and increase the aesthetic appeal of a room. Aside from being decorative, a floor mirror makes a small room look larger, amplifies the natural light and reflects your favorite accessories from different angles for a “new and improved” view of them.

Although the ancient Egyptians and others liked to see their reflections in rivers and on pieces of polished metal, the giant floor mirror and other types that we use today did not catch on with large numbers of the wealthy until the 1600s. (After 1835 when German chemist Justin’s von Liebig developed a new technique for making mirrors, they became more accessible to common people.)

There may be more to choosing a floor mirror than you realize when you start out. We want to educate you on some of the things you are going to encounter so that shopping is less overwhelming and the decision-making process less overwhelming.

You will find that there are many (possibly countless) mirrors, and we cannot list all of them here. However, we have selected several basic types, so that you can decide before shopping which type best fits your needs and décor.

  • Leaning Mirror

This is the most common type of floor mirror. Traditionally, it is rectangular, but you will also see many variations, such as rectangular with arched or crowned top, curved corners or in a sunburst design.

Leaning the mirror against the wall is a classic technique of interior decorators. It gives a casual, relaxed ambiance to a room, as well as instantly opens it up. If the mirror is wood-framed, match it to your furniture. Or, for the more “rebellious” among you, choose a type of wood or metal that will complement your existing décor while creating a focal point for the room.

  • Cheval Mirror

A cheval mirror stands upright. “Cheval” is French for “horse,” so named for the vertical bar and four feet that resemble those of a horse. Or so they thought back in the 1700s when it was invented. It has been popular ever since so there is no point in debating the name!

The main thing about a cheval mirror is that the mirror and stand are two separate pieces that are joined by a joint that allows the mirror to swivel. You can move it in any direction for the vantage point that you need.

Cheval mirrors tend to be elegant, and when the mirror is oval shaped, they have a very charming vintage appeal.

  • Easel Mirror

This mirror is supported by a rear adjustable easel. It is a modern update to the leaning mirror. You can adjust the easel for the “tilt” that you like. Easel mirrors, as a rule, have clean, simple lines and are lightweight for portability.

  • Ladder Mirror

This mirror is very similar to an easel mirror except that the back support has rungs that you can use to hold your clothes or, for instance, colorful scarves if you want to use it for decoration. If you are one who tends to drape clothing helter-skelter around the room, the ladder allows you to keep the room looking neat. Even better, it’s a very convenient way of putting out your clothes for the next day.

  • Lighted Mirror

A mirror that is glamorous as well as functional. Maybe you want a touch of Old Hollywood. Maybe you have a poorly lit area of the room. Either way, you can check your outfit, hair and makeup all at one time. Lights may go all around the mirror or along three sides. Some mirrors have lights that can be dimmed. Look for LED lights that provide daylight color.

  • Mirror + Jewelry Cabinet

Imagine the most wonderful jewelry box ever! This mirror stands upright. It is attached to a cabinet door that opens to reveal hooks, holders, and soft foam notches for all of your jewelry—all organized, untangled, dust-free. You have the convenience of getting dressed and accessorizing and being able to see right away if it all works.

  • Trifold Mirror

This free-standing mirror is large and sophisticated and provides a room with drama. You have three full-length mirrors, the center one as wide as the two side mirrors combined.

Choose one with a back that is decorative, just in case you want to set the mirror away from the wall. In fact, with a beautiful back, you can use the mirror in place of a screen to section off an area of a large room.

Concave mirrors make us look wider and shorter. Convex mirrors make us look thinner and taller. They both have their uses, such as in photography and medical imaging, but they do not belong in our homes. As nice as it may sound to look thinner, it’s counterproductive if we select clothing that is, in reality, not flattering at all. A completely flat mirror gives a true reflection. The slightest curve one way or the other gives a distorted image.

There are three factors you need to look into when assessing the glass in a mirror:

  • Glass Quality

The quality of the glass depends on how it is manufactured and how pure the raw material used was. High-quality glass has no inconsistencies in its makeup and will not distort a reflection.

Test to see if the glass has a flat surface. Pick up an item and examine it. Then look at it in a mirror. If the reflected image is not distorted, the glass quality is good.

  • Mirror Thickness

Typically, mirrors are 1/8-inch, 3/16-inch, or 1/4-inch thick (.031cm, .047cm, .063cm). High-quality glass is 1/4-inch thick. Thicker mirrors are much less likely to distort the reflection. Thinner mirrors, even if they appear fine in the showroom, will warp over time.

  • Mirror Silvering

The mirror should have a high-quality, thick coating of silvering—the coating, usually silver nitrate and other chemical compounds, on the back of the glass. That is what makes the glass reflective. There should be several coats of silvering, finished with a sealer to prevent tarnishing.

Select a size that fits in with your furnishings. If they are simple or small-ish, choose a floor mirror with a light frame. If you have a large room with large furnishings, a large and/or ornate mirror will look best.

The size also depends on the role you want the mirror to play: center stage or background. A large mirror will demand attention, particularly one with an eye-catching frame. A small one will quietly support the rest of your décor. A really large mirror without a significant frame will become part of the background because it is making the space appear larger.

A giant floor mirror adds zest to a room. Most mirrors in this class are so large that they are designed to sit on the floor and lean against a wall. The positives they bring to decorating are that they:

  • Reflect a lot of light, brightening a room
  • Highlight interesting objects or settings in a home by reflecting them

The placement of an extra large floor mirror is important. Lean it too far from the wall, and the ceiling is reflected. Lean it too close, and it could fall over. If you are concerned about it falling in the living room, for example, place an armchair in front of it.

However, with careful evaluation of the situation, these mirrors can be set properly with no trouble. If you are in doubt about the installation, hire someone who has experience doing it. By the way, placing a giant mirror behind a piece of furniture is a traditional installation method.

To add more light to a room, put a giant floor mirror opposite a window or angled toward it. If you are leaning a mirror with a frame against the wall, the frame should closely match the tone of the furniture. Black frames and white frames are often good for any decor. For example, a white frame looks pleasing against a light gray wall.

In some cases, you can make a giant floor mirror fit like a glove with your decor. Perhaps you keep your collectibles in two tall display cases. Why not put a floor-to-ceiling, frameless mirror between them, using a professional to do the installation?

If the mirror is going to be in your bedroom, accent it with potted flowers on either side. Use it at the end of a hallway or entranceway. To make a space look larger and to add interest, lean two patterned mirrors together against a wall. Among the suggested patterns that will make a room seem linked to the outdoors is the small-windows look that’s on some exterior doors or the white lattice look.

You can purchase a giant floor mirror in a style that varies from the ornate to the colorful. Despite its frame being in modern metallic silver, one mirror features ornate decoration that reminds one of the lavishness of some 17th-century European palaces. Presenting another interesting blend of design and finish is a mirror with a bold purple frame with a baroque motif.

An old saying is that what’s old is new again. That’s true of giant floor mirrors. Let one invigorate a room or space in your home.

A secret to decorating with mirrors is where to position them.

  • Let mirrors capture whatever light is coming into your home. Not only does that amplify the light, it enhances the beauty of the mirror itself.
  • If natural light is insufficient, direct overhead or wall lighting toward the mirror.
  • When a floor mirror is set between two windows, a relaxed mood results from the subtle reflection of light.
  • When a mirror is placed directly across from a window, the light will bounce around the room.
  • Position a mirror so that your favorite piece of art is reflected in it or that the outdoor view is.
  • Some other less expected places for a floor mirror can be at the end of a hallway, in the entryway, in a sun room or on a porch.
  • Is the idea of a mirror by a small garden outrageous? Try it and be entranced by how your blossoms have multiplied!

Best Ideas

Giant floor mirror

If you want that old and rugged look for your bedroom, then this is the floor mirror for you. The wood used for the mirror is gotten from very old wood which is responsible for the antiquated look the mirror gives. The mirror is very strong and durable.

Hooker Furniture Grandover Floor Mirror In Brown

Hooker Furniture Grandover Floor Mirror In Brown

A phenomenal floor mirror that looks like an armoire. When you open it, you get three large mirrors in wooden, black frames. It's a solid piece that will serve you for long years and will be a great decoration of your bedroom.

Melange Encircle Floor Mirror

Melange Encircle Floor Mirror

It is a large and highly decorative mirror. It looks good and interestingly presented. It is decorated with three large wheels, which are marked on the surface of the mirror. As a result looks very interesting and interesting.

Frances Floor Mirror

Frances Floor Mirror

Beautiful floor mirror offering amazingly detailed frame made of resin in white finish, durable glass providing ample reflection space, and overall quality design resulting in stylish and functional decorative item.

Giant floor mirror 1

Beautiful giant floor mirror- cool interior decoration/ design idea. This huge mirror is finished in white, with beautiful sculpting edges. Looking at your reflection you've got a feeling like you're a king!

Giant floor mirror 8

Extra-large floor mirror with a thick shiny frame and stunning detailing. The mirror is mostly used in large ballrooms but should make a great accessory for your large high ceiling home. Its reflection won’t only illuminate the entire room but it’s a great piece of wall accent as well.

Brentwood Daffodil Floor Mirror

Brentwood Daffodil Floor Mirror

This high and very glamorous mirror floor is a combination of stylish and functional frame of the mirror. It looks beautiful and check in the bedroom, closet or bathroom. Elegance and style in one.

Big floor mirrors for cheap

A beautiful, very unique mirror made of riven oak with a black, oxide steel frame. Perfect for any bedroom, whether traditional or contemporary. Gives an amazing, rustic vibe with an industrial touch.

Incredible mirror the most amazing ive ever seen

Incredible mirror ~ the most amazing I've ever seen!!

Big floor mirror

I really love the look of this mirror. A unique, purple colour matched with an elegant, baroque design. Perfect for a classy, traditional bedroom, but looks perfect in a contemporary style, just like in the photo!

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Giant floor mirror 5

Giant floor mirror with a tall rectangular design. The mirror comes fitted in a wooden frame, neatly finished in a recessed sky blue shade for that vintage style appeal. The mirror is a great option to place against a bare wall and should work for the living room or the bedroom.

White baroque floor mirror

A truly remarkable piece of furniture, or maybe an even piece of art. An astonishing classical mirror that is so huge you won’t have any problems to look at yourself in your full glory. Perfect for your wedding day!

Edward large wall mirror

Edward Large Wall Mirror

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Vintage full size mirror

Vintage full size mirror

Chambery Leaner Pewter Mirror

Chambery Leaner Pewter Mirror

Amazing leaner mirror designed to provide functional and decorative house item. Features solid and durable wooden frame, large reflection space with reinforced frames, and fantastic. eye-catching looks.

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A majestic and stunning wall mirror. This mirror is perfect for your bedroom if you want to give it that kingly look. The mirror is embroidered on the edges with beautiful designs that make it look stunning. It’s made from refined glass and won't crack easily.

Giant mirror

Mirrors are not only useful for checking hairstyles. Their characteristic frames and shapes will emphasize the decor of any interior. In the hallway looks like a giant wall mirror, with a beautiful stylized and shaded white frame - made of oak wood.

Huge floor mirror

A large mirror in a vintage design that will be the highlight of the space. The frame blends with the surrounding as it's in the color of the walls. The mirror has an impressive, curved decoration at the top.

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