7 Clever Ways To Use Full-Length Mirrors For Your Home


Our vertical full-length mirror which can be placed horizontally too above a sideboard, ideal for your entryway! Did you know that full-length mirror can be used for other areas of the house other than your bedroom or right beside your wardrobe? Look at how these 7 other homeowners use a full-length mirror for their home!

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#1. Behind The Door

No extra standing space? This full-length mirror that can be hung right behind your door is a clever solution! You can hang it behind bathroom doors or anywhere you need a mirror easily without taking any extra spaces. Simply install some hooks on your door to hang a full length mirror. 


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Dressing Tables

Camey Teak Mirror


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#2. For Entryway

Instead of hanging it vertically with the mirror almost touching the ground, you can choose a shorter full-length mirror and place it above the shoe bench like how this designer did! It’s also the last area in the house where you can check your attire before you head out for an important interview or a date night! 

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#3. Above Console Table

You can do the same for your entryway by hanging it horizontally over a console table or a shoe bench, allowing you to do a final check before leaving the house! If you have a narrow entry way, having a mirror also creates an illusion of a bigger and more spacious area.

Shoe Racks & Cabinets

Emmiline Teak Storage Cabinet


Console Tables

Shelley Teak Console




Shoe Racks & Cabinets

Samina Teak Shoe Cabinet


Shelves & Cabinets

Jacinta Teak Cabinet Rattan


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#4. For Vanity Area

Place shelves on either side of a full-length mirror, add a back light behind the full-length mirror and voila! You have a vanity area where you can do your makeup as well as putting the perfect outfit together for a fun night out with friends! A soft fur rug can soften the whole look of the vanity area while adding comfort. 

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#5. Above Headboard

Hang it horizontally over your headboard to decorate and style your bedroom! It’s an easy solution to fill that empty space while brightening up the entire bedroom. A quick tip when choosing mirror to hang above the bedframe: choose mirrors with stylish or chic design for an interesting look.

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#6. In The Living Room

Full-length mirrors are usually reserved for the bedrooms, but it can be utilized in the living room as well. Placing a full-length mirror in the living room can help to brighten up the space and create an illusion of a bigger space! 

Console Tables

Beirne Teak Console


Console Tables

Summer Suar Wood Console


Console Tables

Declan Teak Console


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#7. In The Dining Area

Instead of just using one full-length mirror, use multiple full-length mirrors like how this homeowner did for the dining area to make the area look more spacious! It’s also a more cost effective way instead of replacing the entire wall with mirrors for a spacious and airy look. 

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