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Wall & Standing Mirrors

Wall & Standing Mirrors

Find the perfect reflection of your style by adding mirrors to your space. From sleek standing mirrors to elegant wall mirrors, discover our full range of mirrors for your living space or bedroom.

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$219$999
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41120
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Serena Floor Mirror
Solid Wood Frame, Wave Inside Edge
$699
Luna Floor Mirror
Assymetrical Organic Shaped Frame
$549
Crimson Floor Mirror
Arched Frame, Red Travertine Base
$799
Adelaide Wall Mirror
Vintage Distressed Mirror Panels
$299
Aurora Floor Mirror
Solid Ash Wood Frame, Arched Design
$699
Aria Arch Floor Mirror
Thin Brushed Yellow Gold Rose Frame
$549
Luna Large Wall Mirror
Assymetrical Organic Shaped Frame
$349
Adelaide Floor Mirror
Vintage Distressed Mirror Panels
$499
Crimson Wall Mirror
Arched Frame, Red Travertine Base
$299
Aria Wall Mirror, 76 x 100cm
Thin Brushed Yellow Gold Rose Frame
$259
Luna Small Wall Mirror
Assymetrical Organic Shaped Frame
$219
Aria Round Wall Mirror
Thin Brushed Yellow Gold Rose Frame
$219
Aria Wall Mirror, 90 x 60cm
Thin Brushed Yellow Gold Rose Frame
$239
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Wall & Standing Mirrors

Find Your Perfect Mirror: A Guide to Choosing the Right Style and Size

Choosing the right mirror can enhance the aesthetic appeal of any room. Whether you're looking for a sleek wall mirror for your bedroom or a statement standing mirror for your living room, we have a wide selection to suit your needs.

Our mirrors also come in various shapes and styles - from round to rectangular and curved to complement your space. Choose from minimalist gold-framed mirrors to modern farmhouse arched mirrors to add dimension and depth to your space.

FAQ

How do I choose the right mirror for a small HDB or condo?

When choosing a mirror for a small apartment, consider the size and shape of the space. Opt for smaller mirrors to avoid overwhelming the room, and choose strategic locations to maximise light and create the illusion of an expansive space.

Where should I put my mirror?

Mirrors are extremely versatile and can be placed in multiple areas of your home. Here are some ideas:

  • Entryway: Place a mirror near the entryway to check your appearance before heading out. It can also help create the illusion of a larger space in a narrow entry.
  • Living room: Position a large floor mirror opposite a window to reflect natural light and brighten up the room. You can also use mirrors as decorative accents above a sofa.
  • Bedroom: Hang a mirror above a dresser or vanity for grooming purposes. Alternatively, a full-length mirror can be leaned against a wall to visually expand the space and make it feel more open.
  • Dining room: Consider placing a mirror on a wall adjacent to the dining table to enhance the ambiance and create the illusion of a larger dining area.

How can I incorporate Feng Shui principles into my bedroom with mirrors?

In Feng Shui, mirrors are believed to reflect and enhance energy flow within a space. To incorporate Feng Shui principles into your bedroom, avoid placing mirrors directly facing the bed or reflecting negative elements such as clutter or sharp objects. Instead, position mirrors to reflect natural light and create a sense of spaciousness while maintaining a peaceful ambiance.

How high should a mirror be hung from the floor?

The ideal height for hanging a mirror depends on its placement and purpose. For a standard eye-level view, aim for the centre of the mirror to be around 144-165cm from the floor. However, consider adjusting this height based on the furniture or architectural features in the room.

How do I hang and secure a heavy mirror?

Securing a mirror is essential to prevent accidents and ensure stability. Depending on the mirror's design, you can use wall anchors, brackets, or anti-tip straps to secure it to the wall or floor. Our mirrors come with hooks and anti-slip kits so you can design your home without worry.

What is a good size for a mirror?

The size of a mirror should be proportional to the space it occupies. For small rooms or narrow walls, opt for smaller mirrors to avoid overwhelming the space. In bigger spaces or as statement pieces, choose larger or full-length mirrors to create visual impact and enhance the sense of space.
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