Artists Jordy van den Nieuwendijk and Kate Isobel Scott’s Fitzroy home. Photography – Caitlin Mills for The Design Files. Editorial styling – Annie Portelli


Time For Some Self Reflection? Shop These 15 Unique and Stylish Mirrors

Mirrors need not be reserved just for functional spaces, such as the bathroom or wardrobe – in fact, the right mirror with a bit of ‘WOW’ factor can almost feel like a piece of art, a statement piece in its own right.

That’s why we’ve put our love of online window shopping to good use, and compiled this shortlist of some of the coolest mirrors you can buy for your home right now!

From sleek steel mirrors with built in shelves, to hand-carved timber heirlooms, here are 15 mirrors you’ll want to catch your reflection in.

Christina Karras

A green chrome mirror in Miranda Skoczek’s eclectic home. Photo – Eve Wilson for The Design Files. Styling – Annie Portelli and Sarah Hendriks

Gold wavy mirror by Middle of Nowhere in the Beaumaris home of Natashia Ting and Peter Rosser. Photo – Eve Wilson for The Design Files. Editorial styling – Annie Portelli and Sarah Hendriks

Christina Karras
10th of October 2023

With some thoughtful styling, the right mirror can create the illusion of more space, help bring the outdoors in, enhance natural light, set the ambience of a room — the list goes on.

It’s fun to experiment with how the simple addition of a bold wall mirror can make a living room feel like a nightclub come nightfall, while a textural, timber-framed piece might help round out the warm interiors of a room in a beach house or mid-century modern home.

It’s really all about experimenting with the shape and the frame, and how maximalist or minimalist your personal style is.

Ranging from walls mirrors to creative floor mirrors, and more decorative reflective hangings, here are 14 cool mirrors you can shop from some of our favourite designers and homewares brands!

01. Photo – SARAH ELLISON.

02. Photo – Michael Comninus. Stylist – Corina Koch. 03. Photo – Natasha Mead


SARAH ELLISON.’s Pièrre Floor Mirror is made to be seen. With its curved frame, rattan and wood accents, it’s a versatile piece that nods to vintage homewares, making it perfect for either the living room or the bedroom.

Price: $1249. Find it here.

2. McMullin & co.

The Linea Floor Mirror by McMullin & co. draws inspiration from old and new world designs, with abstract curves without being over-the-top.

Price: $1739.00. Find it here.

3. Emile Drescher

From her small New Zealand workshop, Emile Drescher handcarves these mirrors out of sapele wood. The material has a beautiful natural lustre, and its textured silhouette reveals Emile’s hours of handiwork — it’s an instant heirloom piece!

Price: From $750 – $890 (NZD). Find it here.

04. Photo – Annika Kafcaloudis. 05. Photo – Middle of Nowhere. 06. Photo – CLO Studios. 7. Photo – Finnish Design Shop


4. P0ly Designs

The local design duo behind P0ly Designs first caught our attention with their playful tiled furniture, but lately we’ve had our eye on their super sleek mirrors. Both the wall mirror and floor mirror feature a steel frame and clever built-in shelves at the bottom, so you can display your treasured pieces. And they’re all made-to-order in Melbourne, so you can customise the powdercoated colour!

Price: From $1800 – $2800. Find it here.

5. Middle of Nowhere

Make a statement with the curvy Artemis mirrors from Melbourne design brand Middle of Nowhere. Featuring a slim frame with a distinctive curved pattern, the Artemis mirror is a perfect eye-catching feature piece for a hallway or entrance, allowing guests to catch their reflection in the fun shape.

Price: From $343. Find it here.

6. CLO Studios

The Tmar Mirror by Tinja is sculpted from Palm Wood, a raw material that’s local to Tunisia where it’s made. Sold here in Australia by CLO Studios, we can imagine this textural and sculptural piece in a grand heritage home, or perhaps timber-lined beach house.

Price: $1390. Find it here.

7. Finnish Design Shop

This wall mirror has a subtle scalloped frame that may be familiar to you from the candlesticks, vases, and lamps in HAY’s Arcs collection. Designed by Muller Van Severen, the delicate Arc Mirror by HAY comes in a variety of shapes and is available now through Finnish Design Shop!

Price: $619. Find it here.

08. Photo – Alice Hutchison. 09. Photo – De La Espada.

10. Photo – Jardan. 11. Photo – Freedom.

8. Modern Times

These chrome mirrors from local designer Jordan Fleming are equal parts kooky and cool. As part of her collection, ‘Looking at me, looking at you’, these experimental mirrors are like little abstract faces — inspired by the familiar and awkward moment when you catch eye contact with a stranger.

Price: From $1470. Find it here.

9. In Good Company

De La Espada’s Extend Mirror was designed by Neri & Hu as a tribute to the ‘utilitarian’ symbol of the bamboo ladders found in Chinese country homes. With a solid hardwood frame, the floor mirror leans up against a wall to casually enhance any corner of your space. Shop the range through In Good Company.

Price: from $2740 – $3375. Find it here.

10. Jardan

Interior designer Lucy Montgomery has teamed up with Jardan to create an exclusive mirror collection. The soft sinuous curves and fluid silhouette of each mirror has been handcrafted, finished with a soft meringue-toned and textured plaster!

Price: from $2300. Find it here.

11. Freedom

Freedom’s Asha Mirror is an elevated take on the classic floor-length mirror. It’s simple, tapered shape with a curved timber frame makes it a perfect addition to brighten up your entryway, living room or bedroom.

Price: $279. Find it here.

12. Photo – FEARON. 13. Photo – Citta.

14. Photo – Peter Ryle. 15 – Poppy Templeton.


This playful mirror is one of the latest creations from FEARON — the same creative Aussie brothers behind the best-selling Chub stool. Featuring the brand’s signature round edges and bold colourways, the Me Mirror is available in a funky full-length size, and an adorable ‘tiny’ frame.

Price: from $600. Find it here.

13. Citta

This Segment mirror from Citta is a versatile pieces available in a variety of sizes and finishes. Its distinct three-quarter frame makes this piece perfect for ‘nesting’ in a pair or cluster.

Price: from $174. Find it here.

14. Zachary Frankel

The Ripple Mirror by Melbourne designer Zachary Frankel is worthy of being on your wishlist. His impeccable timber craftsmanship turns a classic circular mirror into a sculptural and eye-catching centrepiece, finished in a range of semi-gloss paint colours, like beige, blue, green, navy, and red.

Price: from $520 – $1180. Find it here.

15. Poppy Templeton 

No two mirrors by Poppy Templeton are the same. The stained-glass artist of Duck Ragu handcrafts them using off-cuts and leftover materials from other projects, playing with coloured glass cut into rising moons or creative patterns to create these reflective art pieces.

Price: $470 – $2000 for customs. Find it here.

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