Anthropologie’s new selection of mirrors are simple yet statement pieces that will transform a space in an instant

From velvet options to chic bronze rims, Anthropologie’s spring mirror drop will add so much personality to your home

Three panel image showing three different Anthropologie mirrors
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A good mirror is one of my absolute favorite ways to elevate a space, especially if you live in a home that doesn’t get much light. In my experience, a great mirror – no matter whether it’s a floor mirror or a wall mirror – can add dimension to a small space and help reflect light in darker homes. These days, so many brands are also creating mirrors that can double as statement pieces, akin to modern pieces of art, thanks to their whimsical shapes and the unique materials used.

This week, while I was looking for a fun mirror to add to my living room, I noticed that Anthropologie’s new spring collection of mirrors easily contained the most diverse options.

Taking inspiration from more quirky Gen Z interior decor trends and also classic rustic aesthetics, there's a style here to suit all. I’ve seen intricately handcrafted bronze rims, rustically cut burl wood, and even velvet fabrics this season, proving that Anthropologie isn’t afraid to incorporate current design trends into their collections. So you if are looking for ways to decorate with mirrors, Anthropologie's new in collection should be your first point of call.

Best Anthropologie mirrors for spring 2024

This spring, I say to nix the normal throw pillows and bright rug trends that you may be drawn to for your yearly decor makeover and consider a new mirror instead. I’ve perused the entire new Anthropologie mirror collection and picked the ones that resonate with me the most, but you can also view the entire drop on their website.

My favorite part about incorporating a mirror in my living room (or any room for that matter) is there really are no rules about where you can place it: Have it above your sofa in lieu of an art piece, have a bunch of small mirrors on a blank wall for an added pop, or even place a wall mirror near your entryway for guests. Anthropologie's selection will make sure you'll find exactly what you're looking for.

Nikhita Mahtani
Style Editor

Nikhita is the Style Editor for Homes & Gardens, making sure our home-savvy readers are always aware of the latest trends and deepening their knowledge of classic design. Nikhita graduated with her Master of Arts in Magazine Journalism from New York University, and has spent a decade in interior design and shopping roles at shelter publications ELLE DECOR and Domino Magazine.