Whether you want to make a room appear bigger, or simply see your full outfit, a full body mirror is the answer.

By Emily Goldman
January 29, 2020
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Full body mirrors serve a number of design and logistical purposes. A simple décor technique that makes a room feel bigger, adding full body mirrors to your room also lends a little ease to your morning routine—after all, there's nothing better than an unobstructed view of your day's ensemble. The reflective surfaces come in a number of sizes, from small compact mirrors that make for fun items to collect, to an artful wall covered with different styles. While it may seem like your bathroom vanity can do the job, a full body mirror means no more standing on chairs or heading to another room to catch a glimpse of yourself head-to-toe.

If you're looking for an inexpensive option, select a simple design made of easy-to-find materials like a plastic frame with black and wood tone finishing. Or, if you're making an investment in your home décor, choose a vintage-inspired statement piece made of sleek brass that doubles as a work of art, or an arched full-length mirror with a gold frame that looks window-like against an empty wall. For a less visible and space-saving option, choose an over-the-door mirror that hangs against your bedroom or bathroom door, leaving more open floor space. Or, if you prefer to leave your doors mirror-free, simply mount on a wall.

Here, find full length mirrors at various price points that play with texture, shape, and materials in a way that transforms the everyday item into the extraordinary.

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Thin Frame

A barely-there gold frame makes the most of the reflective area.

Shop Now: NeuType Full Length Floor Mirror, $149.99, amazon.com.

Courtesy of Bed Bath & Beyond

Over-the-Door

Short on space? Try an over-the-door option. This one is under $30, and fits on most doors.

Shop Now: Bed Bath & Beyond Over-the-Door Hanging Mirror, in Black, $24.99, bedbathandbeyond.com.

Courtesy of West Elm

Arched

Sculpted to perfection, this full body mirror shows off a rounded top.

Shop Now: West Elm 74" Metal Frame Arched Mirror, in Antique Brass, $549, westelm.com.

Courtesy of Restoration Hardware

Box Frame

Leaned against the wall, this metal box frame mirror has a vintage feel.

Shop Now: Restoration Hardware Metal Box Frame Leaner Mirror, from $2,094, restorationhardware.com.

Courtesy of Room&Board

Splash of Color

Add a subtle touch of color to your room with a sage green leaning mirror. The raised bottom ensures you can see every part of your outfit and elevates the space.

Shop Now: Room&Board "Soho" Leaning Mirror, in Sage, $1,199, roomandboard.com.

Courtesy of Nordstrom

Wall Mounted

This sleek, industrial mirror hangs from the wall with minimal hardware.

Shop Now: Renwil "Ashlar" Mirror, $284, nordstrom.com.

Courtesy of Slash Objects

Marble Moments

An avant-garde triangular base adds an architectural element to this piece.

Shop Now: Slash Objects "Tri Coexist" Standing Mirror, price upon request, slashobjects.com.

Courtesy of Target

A Touch of French

This leaning mirror features a scalloped top and light-colored wood for a soft effect.

Shop Now: Threshold French Country Mirror, $69.99, target.com.

Courtesy of Nordic Nest

Oblong Oval

Stray from the signature rectangular full body mirrors and select a long oval shape for something fresh.

Shop Now: AYTM "Angui" Mirror, $194, nordicnest.com.

Courtesy of Design Within Reach

Cropped

This Nordic design takes a minimalist approach to a full body mirror with extra-long side poles.

Shop Now: Design Within Reach "Georg" Floor Mirror, $539, dwr.com.

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