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Room Therapy: A Full-Length Mirror That Won't Break the Bank?

Room Therapy: A Full-Length Mirror That Won't Break the Bank?

Dear Casa,

Hi! I'm in the market for a full-length mirror for the master bedroom in our new house and figured that you and your readers might have some ideas. (I want something that won't break the bank but also something that doesn't look like it's for a college dorm.)


Hi Zulkey,

I wasn't sure what you had in mind, in terms of color or style, so I decided to round up a bunch of mirrors to play it safe.

To see the mirrors, and to leave a suggestion of your own,


I'll start with this one, which has an extremely low price tag. This wooden standing mirror ($49.99, usually $129.99) from JCPenney has a wood frame and a crisp, white finish. It would be a great choice for a contemporary bedroom.

The Hemnes full-length mirror ($99.99) from Ikea looks similar to some of its more pricey counterparts. It's made from solid pine and comes in dark brown, antique stain, or white finishes.

I also recommend that you check eBay for mirrors. From my search, it seemed as if there was a wide range of nice full-length mirrors at very reasonable prices, even after you figured in shipping. There are some other mirrors below, though they do range in price between $100 and $400 dollars. Take a look and see if there's anything you like that fits your budget.

If you have any suggestions, leave them below!


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