Living Room Mirrors

Select framed mirrors for your living room and mantle, in custom sizes.

The Renaissance
in Gold and Spruce Green

This mirror is elegant and ornate with gold trim, spruce green accents and delicate details.

The Renaissance
in Ornate Gold

This framed mirror demands attention. The ornate gold frame features flourishes of elegant details and a bold 4" wide profile.

The Plein Air Economy
in Antiqued Gold

This simple yet elegant mirror is wrapped in a rich, antiqued gold frame.

The Concerto
in Classic Black w/Gold

This mirror, featuring a classic black frame with gold trim, is a simple yet elegant addition to your walls.

The Concerto
in Brushed Silver

A simple yet elegant framed mirror, wrapped in brushed silver with delicate beading.

The Country
in Warm Black

This mirror is framed in warm black with contrasting white precision-distressed trim.

The Executive
in Black & Silver

A modern framed mirror, featuring brushed black and subtle silver details.

The Marquis
in Antique Gold & Black

A mirror, framed in antique gold and black. Featuring subtle roping and ornate patterns.

The Vintage
in Antiqued Espresso Gold

A mirror wrapped in an antiqued espresso gold frame. Deep earthy tones provide a lovely contrast to the smooth glass.

The Renoir
in Rich Gold

This framed mirror features a rich gold finish and subtle antiquing.

The Renoir
in Antique Gold

An elegant mirror, wrapped in an antiqued gold frame and embellished details.

The Cordoba
in Antique Black

A mirror, wrapped in an antique black frame, lavished with bold & ornate detail.

How To Choose A Living Room Mirror

Living Room Mirror

The most striking place for a framed mirror in the living room is above the mantle, if you have a fireplace. The size, shape and style of your mantle mirror all affect the statement it makes, so make sure you’re choosing a framed mirror that reflects the décor in your living room as well as your personal style. Because mirrors reflect light, they brighten and widen even the smallest and darkest of rooms.

Consider the size. Measure your mantle size – choose a mirror size that is at least a couple inches shy of your mantle width, and not too tall – just make sure the width and height are proportionate to your living room dimensions. For example, if you have vaulted ceilings, a taller mirror will help balance the space.