6 Stylish and Affordable Target Mirrors
By John Linden
We know: going to Target to get just one thing is nearly impossible. No one is capable of walking into the superstore and leaving without a carriage full of items (we dare you to try it).
But seriously, if you’re looking for a wall mirror, Target is the place to go. You can scour antique shops for the perfect mirror all you want but you’re not going to find anything as stylish and affordable as the mirrors that Target has in stock.
Here are a few favorites ↓
Round Decorative Wall Mirror
This circular, brass-framed mirror may a bit of a stir online recently when it went on sale for a little more than $40.
This circular, brass-framed mirror may a bit of a stir online recently when it went on sale for a little more than $40. You couldn’t find an interior design blog that wasn’t posting about it. There’s just something about its elegant simplicity that makes it look perfect in any room. It comes in a few different colors, but our favorites are the gold and black.
Round Rope Mirror
This mirror is similar in size and design to our first pick but with a bit of added flair.
Its woven wood frame gives it an organic quality that would look great in any vintage, country or nautical-themed rooms. You can hang this one above your dresser, your couch or even in a hallway. Place some wicker baskets or wooden furniture nearby to really accent its rustic quality.
Round Mirror 3-Pack
This package is comprised of three separate round mirrors, each with their own decorative hanging chain.
Each 10” in diameter, the trio can be hung together in a cluster or separately, depending on your needs. They’re perfect for doing your make-up in and have a nice, vintage feel that will look fantastic in any room of your home
Rectangular Beveled Decorative Wall Mirror
Prefer sharper, more geometric shapes over round ones? No problem!
This 30” x 36” mirror has the sleek edges that you’re looking for. It has a box-style frame so the mirror is inset, creating a beautiful illusion of depth around the surface itself. This one looks just as great above an angular, mid-century modern couch as it does next to some beanbag chairs.
Gold Wall Mirror with Shelf
This half-oval mirror is a minimalist’s dream.
Inspired by some older Modernist designs, it has a shelf attached to the bottom of it, where you can store a few books or trinkets. The combination of both a mirror and a shelf into one object will save you time and money. Plus, it looks amazing!
Square Adrian Decorative Wall Mirror
This tiled mirror will help you to make your home shine
Made from 64 separate panels, each titled at a different angle, this mirror will take the sunlight from your window and send it bouncing around the room. At $177, it will cost you a bit more than the other mirrors on this list but it could be the perfect quirky addition to your house or apartment.