Hey guys! Jacqueline here. Sarah’s family is in town this week so I’m helping her out with not one but two posts this week! I’m always glad to pop in and love bringing fun finds to you guys. If you’ve been around for awhile you may remember my chic dressing room (pictured above) we shared a few years back. Well, I’m happy to say my closet is still taking up residence in the extra bedroom. Since our bedrooms are so small, it’s just what works best for my family. It will probably stay that way until we have another baby or move… whichever comes first (and no we are not expecting again). Ha! I’ve had this full length IKEA mirror since we were married- it fit the budget back then, but I’m kind of ready for something less bulky now. I decided to round up some of my favorite floor length mirrors, so when the time comes to swap it out- I”ll have lots of options to choose from. See some of my picks below!
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01: edge brass arch floor mirror // 02: myrtle rectangle floor mirror // 03: herringbone inlay floor full length mirror // 04: modern driftwood cheval mirror // 05: astor floor standing mirror // 06: lynda floor mirror // 07: bone inlay parsons floor mirror // 08: trellis rectangular floor mirror // 09: gloss floor mirror // 10: palmetto arch floor mirror // 11: bridget rectangle floor mirror // 12: walnut mirror with live edge // 13: metal framed floor mirror // 14: capra floor mirror // 15: floor length yaquina mirror // 16: mongstad mirror (not linked above) // 17: diaz floor mirror // 18: acacia wood floor mirror // 19: claudine floor mirror // 20: demi acrylic floor mirror // 21: silverman floor mirror
As I mentioned above, we own Number 16 from this roundup and it’s the same mirror seen in my dressing room / closet. Eventually I’d like to upgrade to something nicer and less bulky… or maybe just paint my mirror frame the same color as the wall? That’d be a quick bandaid solution. I really like the simplicity of Number 1 and it comes in 3 finishes- perfect for selecting the color that best fits your space. Along with using floor mirrors in a bedroom or closet space, they can serve as focal points in other rooms of your home such as living rooms and entryways. Mirrors not only help reflect light, but they also make the space seem larger than it actually is, which is a win- in any size home. My other top picks from this roundup include Number 5, Number 6, Number 8, Number 9 and Number 14. Studio McGee styled Number 21 so beautifully below!
source : mcgee & co
I hope you liked this roundup as much as I enjoyed putting it together. Now my brain is spinning with ideas and I’m ready to update my closet room! I’d love to hear which mirrors you’re gravitating toward. I’ll be back on Friday to share my spring bar cart- just in time for the weekend and a cocktail or two… it’s also perfect for Easter entertaining or family gatherings. Hope everyone has a great week ahead!