Laurel Leaf Mirror
Antique 18th Century French Neoclassical Wall Mirrors
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21st Century and Contemporary English Regency Convex Mirrors
Antique Late 18th Century French Louis XVI Trumeau Mirrors
Late 20th Century Neoclassical Wall Mirrors
20th Century Indonesian Hollywood Regency Wall Mirrors
Vintage 1940s Hollywood Regency Wall Mirrors
Giltwood, Mirror, Wood
20th Century Wall Mirrors
Antique Early 19th Century English Regency Convex Mirrors
Antique Late 19th Century English Victorian Convex Mirrors
20th Century French Wall Mirrors
Vintage 1940s Italian Hollywood Regency Wall Mirrors
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Antique 1890s French Louis XV Wall Mirrors
Antique Late 19th Century French Napoleon III Wall Mirrors
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Finding the Right Wall Mirrors for You
A few well-placed wall mirrors can amplify lighting and help showcase the decorative and architectural features of your home.
Vintage and antique wall mirrors add depth and openness to a space — they can help create the illusion that a narrow hallway isn’t so narrow. But you don’t need hundreds of enormous arched French or Italian mirrors framed in gilded bronze to dress up your home (maybe just a few).
For the Palace of Versailles during the 17th century, French King Louis XIV ordered the construction of the Hall of Mirrors after spending millions of dollars importing expensive Venetian mirrors from the revered glass-blowing factories on the island of Murano. A mirror-manufacturing rivalry between Paris and Venice took shape, and soon, across from 17 large windows that open out over the adjacent Palace Gardens on one side of the Hall, more than 350 mirrors — large mirrors made of groupings of small panes — were installed, effectively bringing the radiant colors of the outdoors into the opulent corridor.
Pull your landscaping’s colors and textures indoors, Louis XIV–style, by covering the length of an interior wall across from your living-room windows with wall mirrors. For a similar effect, surrounding your mid-century modern wall mirror with leafy air plants and fern floor plants can amplify the sense of serenity that greenery offers in your home. Choose wall mirror frame styles to match your home’s decor, or shop for a frameless, organically shaped mirror that’s cut or beveled for a clean yet distinctive showpiece. For a free-spirited Bohemian feel, create a cluster of mismatched antique wall mirrors — an arrangement of circular Art Deco wall mirrors, Rococo-style silver leaf mirrors and decorative oval Victorian mirrors could add spice to an otherwise unadorned dining-room wall.
Elsewhere, there’s nothing vain about hanging a full-length wall mirror in your bedroom, bathroom or walk-in closet to help you perfect your look for the day. Another may be needed in your entryway for a last-minute ensemble inspection. In fact, a shimmering 18th-century hall of mirrors awaits visitors behind the steel door of Stephen Cavallo’s atelier in Manhattan.
“We like to see the look on people’s faces when they walk in,” says Cavallo.
Decorating your home and office with wall mirrors is an art form in and of itself — get started today with the variety of antique, new and vintage wall mirrors on 1stDibs.
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