7 Clever Ways To Use Full-Length Mirrors For Your Home

7 Clever Ways To Use Full-Length Mirrors For Your Home


Our vertical full-length mirror which can be placed horizontally too above a sideboard, ideal for your entryway! Did you know that full-length mirror can be used for other areas of the house other than your bedroom or right beside your wardrobe? Look at how these 7 other homeowners use a full-length mirror for their home!

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Behind The Door

No extra standing space? This full-length mirror that can be hung right behind your door is a clever solution! You can hang it behind bathroom doors or anywhere you need a mirror easily! 

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$299.00

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$329.00

Dressing Tables

Camey Teak Mirror

$359.00

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Above Headboard

Hang it horizontally over your headboard to decorate and style your bedroom! An easy solution to fill that empty space while creating brightening up the bedroom. 

 

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Above Console Table

You can do the same for your entryway by hanging it horizontally over a console table or a shoebench, allowing you to a final check before leaving the house! 

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Shoe Racks & Cabinets

Jonni Teak Shoe Cabinet

$2,659.00

Shoe Racks & Cabinets

Damon Teak Shoe Cabinet

$769.00

Shoe Racks & Cabinets

Garth Teak Shoe Cabinet

$929.00

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Shoe Racks & Cabinets

Corvin Teak Shoe Rack

$129.00

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In The Living Room

Full-length mirror in the living room can help to brighten up the space and create an illusion of a bigger space! 

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In The Dining Area

Instead of just one, use multiple full-length mirror like how this homeowner did for the dining area to make the area look more spacious! 

Bar Tables, Chairs & Stools

Landon Suar Wood Bar Table / Console

Console Tables

Beirne Teak Console

$189.00

Console Tables

Summer Suar Wood Console

$799.00

$139.00

Console Tables

Declan Teak Console

$199.00

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For Vanity Area

Place shelves on either side of a full-length mirror, add a back light behind the full-length mirror and voila! You have a vanity area!  

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For Entryway

Instead of hanging it vertically with the mirror almost touch the ground, you can choose a shorter full-length mirror and place it above the shoe bench like how this designer did! 


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