Lately I’ve been really loving mirrors. Which is funny, because, ironically, of all the things I decorate with, mirrors are not usually one of them!
I tend to buy art more than I buy mirrors. Not including bathroom mirrors, I have two – two! – decorative mirrors in my whole home! I have a mirror over my living room mantel, and my beloved antique French Trumeau mirror in my entry way which is one of my all-time favorite things I’ve ever purchased. But I’ve been wanting to add a couple more French style mirrors.
So, I’ve been looking for a smaller, French style mirror that doesn’t cost an arm and a leg. Nothing too huge, or too expensive. I didn’t want to go with gold, something I already have in the living room. And while I’d love another antique Trumeau, the real antiques are usually quite pricey.
So, I’ve been looking for either reproduction Trumeaus, or something similar. A wood mirror, with curved lines or some relief detail. Something that reads “French,” but more French farmhouse than fancy French.
Like the French style mirror used in this gorgeous room from Houston designer Jane Moore – stunning! I love the rustic charm it imparts to the space. Via Veranda.
And I adore this curvy little mirror in the L’Otel, a hotel in San Miguel de Allende. Via Honestly WTF.
And though the two above are most likely genuine antiques, I want to keep the price on the reasonable side. But there are so many good sources for reproductions these days, it wasn’t hard to find some gorgeous examples!
I found so many cute French style mirror reproductions that could work. And since I know a lot of you love French style as much as I do, I thought I’d share my finds with you. 😉
Ten Fabulous French Style Mirrors!
- Carlazzo Wall Mirror
- Carved Wood Flourishes Mirror
- Floyd Accent Mirror
- Wooden Wall Mirror
- Auxerre Wall Mirror
- Cheval Trumeau Mirror
- Remy French Country Mirror
- French Accent Mirror
- Ornate Carved Wood Mirror
- Weisinger Full Length Mirror
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