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Decorating the home is such a fun, expressive act that adds lots of personality to the space. There are so many styles and designs available to really bring life to the home. No matter what room you’re decorating, an excellent decor piece to incorporate is a mirror. While there are many to choose from, a floor mirror really packs a punch in the overall design.
Floor mirrors have the ability to open up the room and provide a new dimension. Make the room feel bigger while also enjoying a unique decorative accent. Now that you’re dreaming of all the ways to use a floor mirror, check out the following list of 37 amazing floor mirror decorating ideas to help inspire you. Let’s get to it!
1. White On White
A white bedroom evokes a crisp, clean, and very open feeling. One way to boost that feeling even more is with a floor mirror. The white edge of the mirror blends in with the walls around it while also opening up the space with its reflective qualities.
2. Door Mirror
If you can’t figure out where in the room a large mirror is going to fit, take advantage of existing spaces. The back of a door may be just the right place.
3. Window Reflections
With a gorgeous sprawling landscape visible through expansive bedroom windows, you must take advantage of the wealth of natural light. Position a large floor mirror on an adjacent wall to pull in the light and reflect it into the room.
4. Bedside Mirror
Invite more light into the room and make a design statement with a long floor mirror like this one. This mirror is the perfect companion for this bed, and the colors throughout the room create cohesion.
5. Nook Mirror
With oddly shaped ceilings, it can be difficult to figure out where to put a floor mirror. Find spots that best accommodate the other furniture in the room, then nuzzle a mirror into the remaining space.
6. Touch Of Glam
Like we mentioned earlier, mirrors can provide a gorgeous design accent. The border around the reflective surface really contributes to the aesthetic of the room and glamorizes it.
7. Color Reflection
Mirrors do a wonderful job of reflecting color around the room. Whether you have small pops of color or a room full of it, the reflective surfaces will bounce the color everywhere.
8. Room Subtlety
A large room may seem daunting to decorate. Don’t let it get the best of you! The simple frame of this mirror looks wonderful next to the ornate fireplace mantle. Let certain styles and textures play off each other.
9. Playful Shapes
Play with shapes when it comes to decorating your home. Arches undoubtedly create a soft look, no matter what piece of furniture or decor it’s used in.
10. Perfect Pair
Have you considered using a pair of floor mirrors? Maybe you are now! With expansive wall space, you can easily fit two floor mirrors into the room, creating a unique aesthetic.
11. Shimmer And Shine
In a room design full of shiny and luxurious items, a mirror can really bring the design home and complete the look. Pick a mirror that shares the same style as other elements used in the design.
12. Small Charm
A floor mirror doesn’t necessarily have to be a large piece that completely stands out. Find a mirror on the smaller side and stick it behind an accent chair to accentuate the space.
13. Large Look
Don’t hesitate to go big. In a room like this one, the large, decorative floor mirror does a perfect job at filling in empty space and making the room appear even larger.
14. Unique Mirror Shape
You probably don’t typically picture a massive circular mirror as a wonderful floor option. Check out what it does for this space though! No shortage of intrigue here.
15. Soft Spaces
This room exudes cozy opulence with the rich fabrics, textures, and colors used throughout. The gold-framed mirrors tucked in the corner brings out a subtle elegance.
16. Bathroom Mirror
Here’s a new take on a bathroom mirror: directly behind the tub! A bathroom doesn’t have to be ordinary, take it to the next level with a great design.
17. Sunburst Frame
Use mirrors with excellent frames that provide a great design to the room. The mirror can be much like a picture with the appreciated look it brings.
18. Vanity Companion
While a typical vanity mirror rests on top of the surface, why not do something a little different? Use a full floor mirror behind a vanity for a fresh spin on the classic furniture piece.
19. Mirror Trio
Why stop with one or two mirrors? This trio of mirrors gives the room an appreciated symmetrical look and lots of harmony in the design.
20. Color Pop
In a room design with only a few colors, go bold with the mirror you pick. The gold frame adds interest to the wall and even the room as a whole.
21. Chic Mirror Accent
It’s amazing what a mirror can do for your room, isn’t it? Placing the mirror in between a pair of chairs opens up the room.
22. Layered Design
The layered design in the room is truly magical. The elements used complement each other and provide rich color to the room. The ornate frame of the mirror looks impeccable.
23. Complementary Wooden Tones
Throughout a room design, incorporate numerous pieces with the same wooden tones. The mirror does a wonderful job of highlighting the similar colors.
24. Pattern Play
A patterned mirror frame can really elevate the overall design in the room. The pattern is truly eye-catching and fills the space in very well.
25. Boho Aesthetic
Contribute to your room’s boho aesthetic with the perfectly placed and perfectly designed mirror. Boho style can include lots of vibrant colors or remain on the mellow side. Include lots of rich texture.
26. Entryway Decor
Open up your entryway with the placement of a large floor mirror. Even if the space is already bright, you can never open up the area too much.
27. Ornate Stand Alone Mirror
With an ornate frame like this one, this floor mirror can easily stand on its own. It’s a stunning piece that catches the eye and gives character to the room.
28. Nightstand Accessory
Dress up your nightstand by accessorizing it with a floor mirror. While the nightstand may seem simple on its own, the mirror magnifies the area.
29. Decorative Overlay
The decorative overlay of this mirror contributes to the desired aesthetic of this space, creating cohesion with the other elements around it.
30. Window-Like Mirror
A window-like mirror brings a lot of charm with it. While it matches seamlessly with a farmhouse or shabby chic aesthetic, you can really use it in many other room designs. This type of mirror offers both form and function.
31. Mirror Decor
Highlight your mirror with the addition of wall art. While this mirror could stand alone on its own with no problem, the outline of soft painted roses around it truly elevates its aesthetic.
32. Pattern Complements
The patterns of the chairs and the mirror share a common theme, making a nice coordinated appearance. Shop around to find a mirror with an overlay pattern that matches the furniture in your room to create a similar look.
33. Blank Space
If you have a spot in a room that’s difficult to dress up or utilize, you can’t go wrong with position a floor mirror in the space.
34. Industrial Aesthetic
Exposed brick, wooden features, and lots of light contribute to an industrial aesthetic.
35. Fill In Space
Fill in empty wall space with a grand mirror. Nestled in between two bookshelves breaks up the design while bringing a bright aesthetic.
36. Subdued Tones
In a room filled with subdued tones, an ornate-framed floor mirror brightens the space and adds a subtle yet beautiful accent.
37. Glitz And Glam
If you like glitz and glam, this is the floor mirror design for you. It commands attention and spotlights the surrounding features.
Let us know in the comments section how you’re going to use a floor mirror in your design! Be sure to check out these other incredible home decor guides: