Six Of The Best: Mirrors Under £150

10/02/2011 15:47 | Updated 22 May 2015
Often one of the main focal points in a room, a mirror is a decorative detail that can make or break a look. Here are our top six entirely different options – something for everyone, at an affordable price:,feedConfig,localizationConfig,entry&id=979227&pid=979226&uts=1296713170

Six of the best: Mirrors under £150

There are a few union jack mirrors (and cushions and doormats and mugs...) around at the moment, but this grey-shaded version is our pick of the bunch.

Union Jack mirror, £149 at dwell

Six of the best: Mirrors under £150

This subtly distressed gem is crying out for a bold Farrow & Ball backdrop to nail the classic Georgian feel.

Black and gold oval mirror, £75 at Graham & Green

Six of the best: Mirrors under £150

We've seen pretty much every version imaginable of the decorative stag head in 3-D, so now bring on this cool, quirky 2-D glass take on the traditional classic over-mantle trophy.

Stag mirror, £100 at Brighton POD

Six of the best: Mirrors under £150

It's harder than you'd think to find a really great example of this kind of classically styled mirror for less than a silly amount of money - but here it is. Also available in white, black, silver and gold gilt.

Classic ivory mirror, £85 at Ayers & Graces

Six of the best: Mirrors under £150

If even the thought of hammering in a supporting nail fills you with horrifying visions of cracked plasterwork, this simple and sweet stick-on option could be the way to go.

Petit pois self-adhesive mirror, £56 at Decosticker

Six of the best: Mirrors under £150

And finally, because I always want to include a colour option – here it is. Can be hung either horizontally or vertically for two totally different looks. And for those not into the bold colour choice, it also comes in white and black/brown.

Mongstad mirror, £80.68 at Ikea

Six of the best: Mirrors under £150


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