Get a luxury look on a budget with these affordable black mirrors that are SO chic

It’s a classic color for a reason

3 different black mirrors in homes, one a standing pill-shape mirror, the other a wall-mounted storage mirror and the other a large leaning floor mirror
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There’s no doubt that the color black has range. It can work as an understated classic (think the iconic LBD) or as a whole statement-making vibe (hello, Wednesday Addams). When it comes to home design and decor, black is just as versatile and bold. It’s such an easy way to add a touch of glam or confidence to a room with very little effort. And for a small price, not to mention.

If you’re not down to paint your room black or swap your sheets out for midnight-toned bedding, then a mirror may be the way to go. As every design expert will tell you, a mirror can do wonders for opening up a room visually, especially a tiny one. And there are plenty of sleek and stylish options to choose from, including timeless, full-length frames to on-trend wall mirrors

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Where to shop for a black mirror?

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Patty Lee

Patty Lee is a lifestyle editor who has experience writing about food, home, travel, and more. She has held editorial roles for print and digital publications such as The Kitchn, The Spruce Eats, New York Daily News and Time Out New York and also served as social media manager for Martha Stewart Living. Additionally, her writing has been published by Thrillist, Food Network, PureWow, Forbes Vetted, and more. A native New Yorker who grew up in Brooklyn's Chinatown, her perfect weekend breakfast is a combination of bagels and dim sum.