Shopping Edit: 7 statement-worthy hallway mirrors

These stylish hallway mirrors will make this room appear longer, larger and brighter than it really is

MADE.com hallway mirror – Huldra Wall Mounted Dressing Mirror with Coat Rack
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Splurging on a fancy new hallway mirror can make such a difference to your, let's face it, probably pretty small and dark space. It's interior design 101 that mirrors help counteract both those things, so if you don't already have a hallway mirror, we recommend you make this investment. We say investment, but all our picks are really great prices and you'll find one to suit your space whatever your style. 

From industrial metals and salvaged-looking window mirrors to on-trend circle mirrors and mirrors that double as coat racks, we've covered them all so just keep reading. 

Once you've chosen your mirror, check out more of our hallway ideas for fresh inspiration.

The best hallway mirrors

1. Cox & Cox Industrial Window Mirror

Industrial Window Mirror

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Cox & Cox Industrial Window Mirror | £175 at Cox & Cox (opens in new tab)
This large statement hallway mirror is perfect for what we have just been talking about – alluding to more space. Not only does its size mean it's going to bounce lots of light around, but the window design also tricks you into thinking the space is bigger or that the mirror is in fact a window, it's all very clever. We say style it above a console table to make it both stylish and practical – for double-checking that you look presentable before leaving the house each day.

Dimensions: H127cm x W61cm x D2cm

2. Dunelm Apartment Arch Leaner Mirror

Dunelm Apartment Arch Leaner Mirror

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Dunelm Apartment Arch Leaner Mirror | £100 at Dunelm (opens in new tab)
This sought-after Dunelm mirror is constantly yoyoing out of stock – we say grab it while you can. It's ideal for leaning against an empty hallway wall, making it ideal for renters. It'll add heaps of light – and the illusion of more space – to the smallest room in your home, while it's a bargain. With a sleek black frame, it's the perfect addition to minimalist homes. 

Dimensions: H150cm x W80cm x D2cm

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3. Habitat Katun Brass Mirror

Habitat Katun Brass Mirror

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Habitat Katun Brass Mirror | £25 at Habitat (opens in new tab)
Round hallway mirrors are bang on trend at the moment. They look especially cool as part of a gallery wall of other mirrors and prints. This Habitat mirror, however, is large enough to be a statement by itself. The price is amazing, especially considering this isn't a diddy mirror and we have seen models exactly like this for double this price. 

Dimensions: H50cm  x W50cm x D2.5cm

4. Huldra Wall Mounted Dressing Mirror with Coat Rack

Made Huldra Wall Mounted Dressing Mirror with Coat Rack

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Made Huldra Wall Mounted Dressing Mirror with Coat Rack | £139 at Made (opens in new tab)
This mirror from Made is actually made (no pun intended) for hallways as it doubles as a coat rack, too. A space-savvy addition to a small or large area, it's constructed using powder-coated metal and natural wood. It takes up a minimal amount of floor space and it can hold a fair few coats. It's also nice and long (the mirror, that is) so that you can take the perfect outfit pic just as you're leaving the house.

Dimensions: H186cm x W30cm x D36cm

5. Dunelm Louis Cream Leaner Mirror

Dunelm Louis Cream Leaner Mirror

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Dunelm Louis Cream Leaner Mirror | £199 at Dunelm (opens in new tab)
If you are after a hallway mirror that's going to make a statement, we have found it. Ooooh, we can so imagine this placed at the end of a long elegant hallway with a gorgeous wallpaper behind it to add even more glamour. It would, of course, work in a smaller hallway too if you want to elongate the space. Although, if your hallway is really diddy this might overwhelm the space slightly so do bear that in mind.  Definitely one for those shabby chic lovers out there.

Dimensions: L176cm x W90cm

6. Maisons Du Monde Paulownia Cheval Mirror

Maisons Du Monde Paulownia Cheval Mirror

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Maisons Du Monde Paulownia Cheval Mirror | £77 Maisons du Monde (opens in new tab)
With a light wooden frame, this long mirror is built to lean against a wall – hallway, bedroom, living room or wherever else. We say to place it right at the end of a hallway, in a corner, to make this space appear longer than it truly is. Pop it afront a coloured feature wall – or some fun wallpaper – to truly make it pop. With a stand so you needn't get your tool kit out, it's both convenient and stylish.

Dimensions: 41cm x 160cm

7. John Lewis & Partners Mother Of Pearl Leaves Wall Mirror

John Lewis & Partners Mother Of Pearl Leaves Round Mirror

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John Lewis & Partners Mother Of Pearl Leaves Wall Mirror | £299 at John Lewis (opens in new tab)
Ooooh these mirrors – we have actually had these on our lust list for ages now, along with a whole load of other Mother of Pearl home accessories and furniture. This kind of design is so on-trend at the moment, and we see it a lot in boho, beachy interiors, so if you like that look and want to invest in a statement piece this mirror could be the one. Saying that, this hallway mirror could fit in with so many different styles from uber-contemporary to rustic. It also comes in a rounded shape, too, and in a stylish grey colour.

 Dimensions: D2.5cm x Dia.80cm


Where to buy a hallway mirror?

Yet to find a hallway mirror to blend in with the rest of your home decor? No worries: there are tonnes more options available. See where else you can search and shop for a hallway mirror below.

Need help with hanging your new mirror and cleaning it? See our guide on how to hang a mirror for some great advice, and don't miss our how to clean a mirror piece for streak-free results – using only vinegar and water.

Annie Collyer
Annie Collyer

Annie is our Deputy Ecommerce Editor at Real Homes, with her particular area of expertise being home fragrance (there isn't a candle out there that she hasn't lit in her home). She's our guru when it comes to what to buy, when — and also where. She has years of experience when it comes to finding deals — Amazon Prime Day, Black Friday or not — and she particularly loves finding a bargain. With some of her favorite homeware pieces coming from Amazon, she's always looking for budget-friendly alternatives and dupes, as well as eco-friendly products to help her on her recent journey to being more sustainable at home. There's nothing she loves more than her Pug, Doug, and a bargain thrift shop find (yes, she once thrifted a brand new Le Creuset pan). Next up on her to-do list at home: DIY crittall-style doors...

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