Your frame's material is what defines its style. Wall mirrors with wood frames are rustic and elegant. If they're distressed, they make perfect antique farmhouse pieces. Here are some of the most popular frame materials.
Wood frames are rustic and traditional. They look great in farmhouse kitchens, bathrooms, and any other classic decor space. Wood is a sturdy, durable material, so wood-framed mirrors can be heavy, but it's also a great way to protect the glass and ensure it lasts a long time.
Painted wood frames can also add a pop of color. Choose your favorite to offer an accent piece in one of your favorite shades. Or choose a neutral color for some soft elegance. Pastels look great among shabby chic decor.
Metal offers a lot of versatile style. Brass is vintage and looks fantastic in any rustic or Boho chic space. Brass is a vintage style that's coming back, and it's surprisingly affordable. It comes in a variety of shades from dark red or orange to gold.
Aged silver can be rustic or modern. It's simple and understated, so it's the perfect material for an accent piece. However, if you want it to be over the top, choose a silver frame that is more ornate.
Plastic is affordable and can come in a variety of color options. It does not offer as good support for your mirror as wood and metal, but it suffices for small, lightweight mirrors. One Scandi-inspired style that is particularly pleasing is a round mirror in a deep, white plastic frame, hanging on a leather strap.