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If you love Scandi style, then you must head to Haygen, London. And our pick of the range is their mirrors.
Mirrors can bring a new dimension to a room, creating the look of more space and in some cases becoming a piece if art on the wall.
Haygen has a lovely collection of simple brass, black and wooden mirrors, in a number of sizes and shapes. You will be sure to find a favourite.
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We are loving the increased popularity of window style mirrors. We found this black industrial style example from cultfurniture.com, suited to most interiors.
Giving the illusion of space this large mirror not only works practically but also offers a structured design bringing interest to a room.
Although this mirror is for indoors you could put it in the garden and let it weather and age.
Head to cultfurniture.com [ £119 ]
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With new arrivals upon us H&M has gone all art deco, with lots of gold accessories including these fun mirrors.
These affordable mirrors are perfect for adding a bit of glamour and interest to a hallway, bedroom or living room.
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This simple hanging mirror from hm.com is the perfect addition to a bathroom or hallway. Available in silver or gold this mirror has a vintage feel with its chain hanging. You could also mix with some pictures on a feature wall.
£14.99 [ gold ] and £10.49 [ Silver ]
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Gone are the days when you simply put a mirror up in your bathroom, bedroom or hallway just for it’s practical purpose. Mirrors in the home now are seen as design statements and decorative objects.
The variety of designs available in stores and online offer you a great selection to choose from.
We’ve picked some of the popular on trend styles and our favourites.
One of the biggest trends this year is bringing mixed metal finishes on mirror frames – copper, brass and gold – often with a strong industrial feel. Rounded edge square and rectangular mirrors work great in achieving this look.
Another popular choice is the round hanging mirror. Get the simple scandinavian feel with the mix of wood and leather.
1. Sun mirror / urbanoutfitters.com [ £19 ]
2. Set of 2 mirrors / wayfair.co.uk [ £52.12 ]
3. Copper mirror / anthropologie.com [ £98 ]
4. Wall mirror with shelf / rockettstgeorge.co.uk [ £99 ]
5. Brass mirror / made.com [ £129 ]
Bring colour and texture into your room with a bright frame or subtle blocks of metallic and pastels. The popular geometric trend continues to grow and works really well in mirrors – we love the ferm living wonder mirror, combining a hexagonal design with different woods, doubling up as a shelf for displaying objects.
Mirrors don’t always need to be flat either. Go bold with a 3D inspired design, bringing a strong focal point to a living room or bedroom.
6. Shelf mirror / fermliving.com [ £199 ]
7. Round mirror / johnlewis.com [ £150 ]
8. Round mirror / habitat.co.uk [ £45 ]
9. Colourblock mirror / westelm.co.uk [ £99 ]
10. Oblique mirror / dwell.co.uk [ £249 ]
Get a vintage look with a hanging art deco inspired mirror. Rather than going for a modern feel with leather or rope hanging element, pick a thin delicate chain. This combined with a more ornate shape will give a strong decorative statement.
For a bigger statement go for a retro sunburst mirror. This popular mid century design is having a resurgence in homes and works really well in a modern inspired room. The gold or brass finish sits really well with dark walls of grey or navy.
With wooden framed mirrors avoid light colours and opt for dark wood veneers like walnut or mango.
11. Hanging mirror / hm.com [ £12.99 ]
12. Walnut vaneer mirror / ikea.com [ £60 ]
13. Art deco mirror / oliverbonas.com [ £28 ]
14. Sun burst mirror / grahamandgreen.co.uk [ £195 ]