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Bedroom Mirror Designs That Reflect Personality

A bedroom mirror is one of those decor accents that can do a lot of things at once. It can make you a dressing area, visually enhance your interior, and add decorative value to your sleeping quarters. Modern bedroom mirror designs are so versatile, they can do all of these things and then some. Take a look at the line of very different mirrors to see how much you can do with them in interior design.

Wardrobe Mirrors

A wardrobe door is the best place for a full-sized mirror. It is fixed and convenient, and all of your outfits are within reach. If you want your room to appear a bit wider, you may also replace a regular bathroom door with a mirrored barn door.

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Mirrored bedroom barn door by InPlus Inc Design
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Mirrored wall by Shoot Factory
Wardrobe sliding mirror doors via Deign Ideas
Mirrored closet doors by Shore Line Custom Glass
Wall to wall mirror wardrobe via DC Couture
Bedroom by Jennifer Post Design Inc.

While big mirrors may seem impractical and high-maintenance, slim sliding doors simply won’t give you as much visual expansion as wall-to-wall designs.

A great solution for a narrow bedroom would be a wardrobe stretching across an entire wide wall clad in a mirror.

Freestanding Bedroom Mirror Designs

Freestanding mirrors have their advantage before the fixed wardrobe doors – they are mobile. You can easily reshuffle furniture whenever you like and move a freestanding mirror with it.

Simple leaning mirror via Little Yellow Couch
Minimalist bedroom mirror via Bo Living
Slim mirror via Trend Yard
Metal Framed Asymmetrical Floor Mirror – Rose Gold via West Elm
Free-standing mirror with storage via Scandiliving

You may change the mirror placement according with the time of day, if necessary, to get the best light. Also, the lack of holes in the walls will be very much appreciated by your landlord, we’re sure.

Some freestanding mirrors come with additional storage, which is useful for preparing ironed, creaseless outfits in advance.

Mirrors as Decor

Mirrors make for great decor in a bedroom. And since they don’t really set the tone for the whole interior, you may just go for the design you really like.

Big mirror in a metallic frame via A Side of Vogue
Wall mirror via Pinterest
Geometric mirror via Homes Nine
Mantel mirror via The Simply Luxurious Life
Rhomboid vanity mirror via Everyday Mia
Mirror headboard via BSmith Design

There is a lot of creative ideas to be found in modern bedroom mirror designs. Frames come in beautiful golden brass and rose gold. And the shapes vary from simple geometry to intricate free flowing form.

In addition, a different mirror tint may become an unexpected, fresh color accent in modern bedroom decor.

Dressing Mirrors

Dressing mirrors, usually, look impressive only because they can reflect a full-sized adult. The simplicity of style allows less distraction from your outfit as well as works better with minimalist modern and contemporary styles.

Modern Master Bedroom by Studio McGee
Dressing mirror via Marii Elisabeth
Slim minimal mirror via Apartment 34
Scandinavian bedroom mirror via Le Zoe Musings
Mirror in a natural wood frame via Media Rooang
Cozy bedroom with a standing mirror via Repertoire Deco

A clothing rack and a full-sized mirror make for a very fashionable and convenient dressing area in the bedroom.

You can, of course, simply hang a coat rack to keep a few items nearby, while hiding the bulk of the clothes inside a closed wardrobe.

Creative Bedroom Mirror Designs

If you’re after a specific style for your bedroom, creative mirror designs may come in handy. There are a lot of options to choose from.

Mirror frame floor mirror via The French Bedroom Company
Live edge mirror via Dekorasi Rumah Baru
Natural wood frame mirror via My Leitmotiv
Above bed decorative mirrors via Fashionable Hostess
Ornate frame mirror via Fleamarketfab
Body Mirror via Shop Spring

While mirrors can come in more intricate shapes than regular circles and rectangles, it is the frames that can really make your mirror stand out.

From live edge to golden brass to polymer clay, frame designs can give you much more diversity of style and element.

Bedroom Mirror Arrangements

When it comes to mirrors arrangement, you don’t want to over or under-decorate. Pick a few elements that you may need near your mirror or that simply look good together. Make sure they are all of the different size.

Golden brass mirror via My Domaine
Mirrored bedroom barn door via Mother Goose Decor
Big bedroom mirror above the fireplace mantel via Cool Chic Style Fashion
Mirror arrangement for bedroom via Residence Magazine
Minimal mirror with a shelf via Delikatessen
Possible mirror arrangement via Fotografiboxen

Arranging a few mirrors may not be most practical but it certainly looks unusual, especially if all of them have different tints.

Pairing a mirror and a decorative pendant is always a good idea. But if your big mirror is hanging on the wall, it might be better left alone.

Bedroom Mirror Feature

A bedroom mirror feature isn’t always a purely decorative thing. Sarah Lavoine and Monika Siwińska did a great job combining Haute aesthetic and function but in a Hotel Praktik Rambla in Barcelona, the mirror-tiled feature wall is nothing more than a design element.

Feature mirror wall via Secrets of Barcelona
Apartment in Warsaw by Monika Siwińska
Back of the headboard mirror by Sarah Lavoine
Modloft Greene Mirror via Beyond Stores
Taylor Mirror via Indie Home Collective
Contemporary Cottage by Jonathan Raith, Inc.

A creative frame or even a string of lights can turn a functional mirror into a feature that can’t be easily ignored. Take advantage of those or create an arrangement around it, if you want to attract attention.

There is more than one way to use a mirror in a bedroom, and with modern bedroom mirror designs it’s become a neverending quest for perfection.

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