Home Depot is every DIYer’s favorite store. They carry everything from lumber and tools to appliances, furniture, and adornments.
There are currently more than 2,200 stores across the United States, so it’s never hard to find one if you live in the US.
So, no matter what you’re looking for, Home Depot is likely to carry it. From DIY materials to modular furniture kits, they’ve got you covered. And, they have a wide range of wall decor and decorations you might like, too.
Some people don’t realize that Home Depot carries a wide selection of mirrors. So, if you’re in the market for a new mirror, it might be a good place to check out.
From traditional and midcentury styles to slightly more wacky stuff, their mirror catalog has something for everyone. Check out some of our favorites below.
Everyone’s favorite traditional interior designer, Martha Stewart, has an ongoing partnership with Home Depot. So, you’re likely to find a ton of products from Martha Stewart Living whenever you walk into the store.
This blacked framed mirror is a great example of why we can’t help but love Martha. It’s sleek, simple, and versatile. It’d look great in nearly any room of the house.
Looking for something a bit more…round? This frameless oval mirror from the Howard Elliott Collection might be more your style.
This mirror is both simple and elegant. Complete with beveled edges that highlight the unique shape, it hangs both vertically and horizontally depending on your taste. And, although it has no frame, it’s conveniently finished with D-rings on the back so you can hang it right out of the box.
Another great round mirror, this Pewter model from Summit has a built-in ledge. It not only gives you a little shelf space for decorations, but also creates the optical illusion that your room is slightly bigger.
This one is a little pricey for a Home Depot mirror, but it’s very pleasing to the eye and could be just what you need to tie your room together.
The nautical aesthetic is pretty popular these days. So, a lot of people go out looking for mirrors to suit their seaside aesthetic. Lucky for these folks, Home Depot can take care of it.
This rope-wrapped mirror would look great in any beachside dwelling space. The catalog recommends to use it as a bathroom vanity, but we could see it working in other rooms, too.
Don’t forget, Home Depot is FULL of everything you need to make your own mirrors. They have mirrored panels, wood, paint, adhesives, and all of the other ingredients for a DIY wall mirror.
Of course, you’ll need to be at least a little bit handy to make your own. But, once you do a few projects, you’ll realize it’s not too hard to make a great looking mirror.
How Do You Measure a Mirror
To accurately measure for a mirror, remember that mirrors are framed most of the time and the frame sizes are standard.
So a normal size is 24×30 usually, the wood adds 2 to 4 inches around the mirror, so it would end up being a 32×38 size you have to make on the wall.
Use your moulding width to accurately get the size you have available on your wall.
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