I’m obsessed with some of the mirrors at Wayfair – and they're all on sale for Presidents' Day

Wayfair has a whole bunch of new mirrors on sale

Wayfair Presidents' Day Sale, three mirrors
(Image credit: Wayfair)

A good wall mirror is like a good piece of artwork: It grabs attention, helps lighten up your living space, and adds a breath of fresh air to an otherwise more serious design scheme. I personally love having mirrors hung up all around my home, from my entryway and living room to my bathroom and bedroom – and more so now, given that mirrors can take on everything from tried-and-true accent pieces to more hardworking, practical options.

While looking for the next wall mirror to add to my home, I was struck by the vast collection offered by Wayfair. There are a lot of candidates for the best mirrors; There's gorgeous, simple mirrors, abstract marvels for adding interest, and pretty but practical vanity mirrors for putting on makeup.

Best of all, a lot of these mirrors are on sale for the Presidents' Day sales, and some of the discounts are huge. You can save hundreds of dollars on some genuinely stylish pieces. 

My favorite Wayfair mirrors

Mirror FAQ

What is the ideal height for my wall mirror?

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While it usually depends on room height and your own height, as a rule of thumb, you should hang your wall mirror at eye level. Generally that means your mirror will be hung at approximately 60 to 65 inches (approximately five feet) above the ground, but if you have a particularly tall piece of furniture that may cover the mirror or have it be too close, six inches above the furniture (like an entryway or sofa) would also work.

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.