Published on January 13, 2016

Mirrors of all kinds are fun to decorate with. Round, square, frame, or no frame—we love ‘em all. But lately, we’ve been crushing on a more specific style: antique mirrors. Even if they’re actually brand new, the ornate detailing and vintage feel adds an extra special touch to any room. Read on to see 20 different styles and placements to try.

 

@adailysomething

The deep wood accents and scattered succulents on this dresser top is the epitome of modern sophisticattion.

@troispetitesfilles

Have you ever seen a prettier entryway table? Replicate this look by collecting glass bottles and adding a small handfuls of your favorite flowers.

@fleamarketfab

Hang a similar style mirror over a larger, leaning floor mirror for an unexpected wall.

@adaptationsny

A beveled mirror will add a modern touch to any chic bar stand. 

@jennykaplan

Add sophistication to your nightstand with a small, leaning mirror.

@allnewvintage

Mirror accents don’t have to steal the spotlight. This tiny, round mirror is proof.

@atlantahomesmag

Go bold by hanging a gold mirror on a stark, black wall. This particular snake design adds an alluring element. 

@atlantahomesmag

Adding an ornate mirror to a glitter wall in a small space (like this bathroom) sounds like a recipe for disaster—but the result is a gorgeous, in a daring way. 

@shophesby

Spice up your mid-century modern living room by adding a large mirror to the mantle. 

@beecuriousdesigns

Writing your menu or wedding program on a chalkboard is nice, but if you’re looking for something a bit more permanent, you’ve found it. 

@carlaypage

There’s no denying this living room is the ultimate bohemian dream. 

@homesteadseattle

The thick frame on this bathroom mirror is giving us major design envy.

@the_highboy

Opt for a bold, statement mirror for a living room with clean lines and a royal feel.

@readtealeaves

We love the way this bronze mirror frame accents the deep wood of the table beneath it. Add accessories like straw hats, candles, and tiny potted plants for a casual, modern vibe. 

@jamiebeckwithcollection

The painted white brick paired with the rustic white frame is monochrome decorating we can get behind.

@myscandinavianhome

Fill up empty wall space with dainty, feminine mirrors. 

@nickeykehoe

This mirror was meant for the shallow ledge in this expertly decorated living room.

@homesteadseattle

These mix-and-match mirrors lend this already special staircase an air of fascination. 

@vintagefarmhouse

Accent an otherwise light and airy room with a thick-framed (but still very girly) mirror to add a bolder vintage touch.

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