Hallway Mirrors

Select framed mirrors for your hallway and entryway, in any size & style you need.

The Plein Air Premier
in Crisp White

This stately mirror is framed in solid wood with a crisp white finish. Handsome yet simple.

The Plein Air Premier
in Gold

A gold framed mirror with a stately, flat panel profile. Classic yet simple - the definition of luxury.

The American Pines
in Warm Honey

Stained in warm honey, this frame features true wood graining and weathered details like knots and nail holes.

The Plein Air Economy
in Antique Silver

This mirror features an antiqued silver & charcoal frame, perfect for a rustic yet simple look.

The Barnwood
in Gray and White

Wrapped in gray and white reclaimed barnwood, this eco-friendly option is rustic and perfectly weathered.

The Goliath
in Stunning Silver

Hademade from upcycled wood fiber, this eco-friendly frame has the durability of wood but features a metalic-like silver finish.

The Marquis
in Satin Black

This mirror is wrapped in a satiny black frame, with exquisite raised relief detailing.

The Marquis
in Champagne

This simple, contemporary mirror is wrapped in a champagne frame with subtle decorative beading.

The Marquis
in Ornate Gold

A mirror framed in gold, featuring dark gold trim and a soft gray patina wash.

The Plein Air Royale
in Mahogany

This traditional mirror is wrapped in a mahogany frame with cherry tones.

The Vintage
in Bright Copper

A mirror wrapped in a bright copper frame, embellished on the edge with an embossed motif and a dark patina wash.

The Rustic Americana
in Weathered Gray

This rustic mirror is wrapped in a simple, weathered gray frame.

How To Choose A Hallway Mirror

Hallway Mirror

Placing a framed mirror in your hallway, particularly at the end, can really open up the normally confined space. Hang a long mirror vertically at the end of the hallway, or add a long, horizontal mirror that spans the length of your hallway. This will create a whole new look & feel for the space. Put some interesting artwork on the surrounding walls and see them reflected in the mirror.

If your hall is in the entrance of your home rather than in the middle, you may want to choose a particularly decorative framed mirror since that’s the first thing your guests will see. Perhaps place it above an accent table or shoe rack to complete the entryway.