Since we’re all stuck at home, there seem to be a surge of mirror selfie photos to document our loungewear of the moment. However, selfie mirrors are not all created equal, so I’ve rounded up my favorites here for you to make sure your selfie game is on point. I’ve included a style for every home, but if you are searching for the perfect fit, be sure to look at dimensions. In my experience, the mirror needs to be at least 30″ wide and 72″ high to get that grand look and fully capture every outfit from head to toe. Circular mirrors should be 60″ in diameter.
If you’re going for large in scale yet minimal in frame, Restoration Hardware has the most choices. I shop in the “RH Modern” section of the site for the most minimal options. The circular mirror is here, and the floor leaner here. If you are in the Upstate SC area or Asheville/Charlotte area, their outlet store always has mirror options and if you can find them in good condition, then it’s a steal.
I love that this mirror has an Art Deco vibe and flanking each side with sconces can heighten the look. Placed over a low bench, you can still get that head to toe shot with a little decor in the mix. This mirror is by Arteriors and can be special ordered through PR Home.
This mirror is minimal without being boring. If you love clean lines but don’t want a basic mirror, this one is for you. It’s by Croft House and I absolutely love their California vibes.
Hands down my favorite mirror. I have this in a smaller version in brown for a powder room and the full scale version for my closet. Made in Paris, this mirror will add just the right touch of Parisian chic. The mirrors are by Maison Sarah Lavoine and both versions can be special ordered through PR Home.
I love this mirror for one simple reason – it’s gigantic. Need full family mirror selfies? This one is for you. This monster gold gilded mirror is 48″x82″ and in my opinion is very reasonable for a mirror this size. Available through Shades of Light, one of my favorite lighting companies based in Richmond, Virginia.
Another reasonably priced source I use often for floor mirrors is CB2. I think their mirrors are anything but basic and I had a beautiful black metal framed one in the last house. I actually went to find that exact one to share here, but it was gone. So if you find one you love, grab it because they switch out the designs often. This beautiful Art Deco floor mirror will be available in August.