Let’s talk mirrors! Namely budget friendly mirrors that mimic the look of costly designer mirrors. Now don’t get me wrong, there is nothing wrong with buying designer pieces for your home, but when you are building/ furnishing your home on a budget, it’s good to have options! Today I am sharing some great budget friendly mirrors that mimic the look of Studio McGee’s popular options.
In building our new lake front home, I have been scouring the internet for inspiration and resources to decorate our home. One a single mama’s budget, I have to be smart and thrifty sometimes. I recently shared a great dupe for our kitchen hardware on Pinterest. (subscribe to my newsletter for more info!) We got the look of Rejuvenation’s Howell drawer pulls for a fraction of the price.
With the kitchen nearing completion, (thank goodness!!) I am shopping for bathroom fixtures. Recently I went down the mirror rabbit hole and discovered that I can get a designer look for pennies on the dollar and I am excited to share these finds with you!!
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The Josephine mirror is popular all over Pinterest and design blogs and rightly so. This mirror has a classic brushed gold/ brass finish and soft lines making it great above a vanity, dresser or as an accent. The best thing about the dupe is that it is designed in conjunction with Studio McGee but at a HUGE savings!
This classic arched mirror can find a home in virtually any home. Great above a dresser, layered on a console or even in the powder room, this shape is super popular.
More budget friendly mirrors
The rounded-off rectangular mirror shape has been wildly popular as of late. This version comes in 3 color finished and the budget version comes in 3 sizes as well with a price tag as low as $50! The shape is timeless and can transcend decorating styles.
Decorating with Mirrors
Mirrors are a great accent to any home. They can bring in light and add drama. Need a little brightness? Add mirrors as they help reflect light around your space. Place a mirror at your entry for a quick last minute check as you leave the house. Mirrors can also make your home/ room feel larger. Strategically place mirrors to reflect stunning views in your home for free “art”. Create gallery walls or intersperse mirrors with your art to add visual interest.