How many of us are guilty of trying to jump in front of our bathroom mirror in an attempt to see our full outfit before leaving the house? Unless you’re Michael Jordan, it’s not likely that you have the vertical to clear a four foot counter and get an accurate view of whether your pants match your shoes. But just in case, hi Michael! For those who are tired of BJIs aka Bathroom Jumping Injuries, it’s time for a floor mirror.
Floor mirrors are the full-length mirrors that are in every design and decorating magazine and frequently make you say, ‘wow, that room really does look better with a mirror!’ Propped against a wall or supported by a stand, these mirrors have several practical benefits in addition to helping a room look finished. Yes, you can actually see yourself before leaving home, but floor mirrors also help small spaces appear much larger. If you like to work out in your home, floor mirrors also provide a convenient way to keep an eye on your form.
Don’t walk around with your underwear showing. Instead, decorate your home with one of the best floor mirrors.
1. NeuType Full Length Mirror
Stand, lean or hang the NeuType Full Length Mirror to add the finishing touch to any space. The oversized 65” by 22” mirror comes with a moveable kickstand and can be easily hung for a space-saving option. The aluminum alloy border provides a rust-resistant frame that elegantly trims the mirror. Customers can choose from a black, deep gray, golden, rose gold, sapphire, silver or walnut solid wood frame to match their décor.
Pros: NeuType layers paint, copper and reflective silver behind its flat glass mirror to create a more durable mirror and one that produces a lively image.
Cons: The NeuType has a big price tag.
2. Adesso Alice Floor Mirror
For a clean and modern design that will match most decors, we recommend the Adesso Alice Floor Mirror. The affordable, full-length mirror measures 59” high and 13.5” wide, giving users enough space to see themselves head to toe in the distortion-free reflection. A bevel trim with a powder-coated champagne steel finish around the mirror provides a clean look.
Pros: The Adesso folds to 2” flat for compact transportation and storage.
Cons: The Adesso only comes in one color option.
3. Roundhill Furniture Queen Anna Style Wood Floor Cheval Mirror
For a mirror that will match a traditional decorating style, we recommend the Roundhill Furniture Queen Anna Style Wood Floor Cheval Mirror. The affordable floor-length mirror is made with an elongated piece of oval glass and can easily tilt for a full-body reflection. The freestanding swing style mirror has four feet and a stretcher for stability.
Pros: The Queen Anna Style is available in several color options, including black, pink, oak, silver, white and cherry (shown here).
Cons: Some assembly is required. The back of the mirror looks unfinished and users likely won’t want to position the mirror in a way that exposes the back.
4. Nicetree Jewelry Cabinet with Full-Length Mirror
If you’re short on space and need a piece of furniture that can serve multiple purposes, we recommend the Nicetree Jewelry Cabinet with Full-Length Mirror. The 42.5” by 14.5” mirror opens to reveal a large storage area that can hold jewelry, watches, belts, ties, glasses, cufflinks and other small items. The storage area comes with a lock and key to keep the contents safe from young children in the home. The frame is made from high-quality fiberboard for a lightweight and affordable mirror.
Pros: Three horizontal holes on either side of the frame make it easy for users to adjust the bevel to the height level that best suits their needs.
Cons: The mirror is mostly assembled, but users will have to assemble the legs.