Bold architectural lines lend a reflective edge to these dazzling mirrors.
Round Palladian Mirror, by Restoration Hardware
Classic 17th century Palladian architecture inspires this fabulous mirror, featuring a polished circular design surrounded by contrasting rust-colored patina glass panes. Available in three sizes (48, 60 and 72 inches), it will harmonize with an array of ocean home decors, restorationhardware.com.
Guilt Mirror, by Koket
This eye-catching 63-inch, convex-style mirror, with a dramatic sunburst of hammered and textured metals in matte gold, silver or copper colors, will add drama and imagination to any space from an entrance hallway to a master bedroom, bykoket.com.
Whitley Wall Mirror, by Ren-Wil
The modern, high-style composition of the Whitley Mirror, a 36 x 24-inch rectangular design framed by small, polished square mirrors, is ideal for an entrance or hallway. Adding visual interest and a fresh, contemporary flair has never been so easy, renwil.com.
French Baroque Mirror, by 1stdibs
More than six feet in height and 40 inches in length, this imposing, cast-bronze, Louis XIV-style antique Baroque mirror (circa 1845) is a masterpiece of traditional design and craftsmanship. Adorned with icons and foliate swags, this investment piece truly drips with decadence, 1stdibs.com.
Helios Mirror, by Powell & Bonnell
Named for Greek mythology’s personification of the sun, the 46-inch Helios Mirror is a true reflection of decadence and practicality. More than 100 clear glass mosaic facets surround the silver-gilded mirror front, adding a touch of chic style and sophistication, dennismiller.com.