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Craving a Large Round Mirror? Here’s 10 Phenomenal Options

chris carroll tlc interiors large round black mirror in bathroom

Large round mirrors are trending like never before. Especially in bathrooms. I hosted a Milan Design Trends masterclass at Metricon a few weeks back and the team echoed this sentiment. They had not long come back from the trade fairs in Italy and the news was this: large round mirrors for bathrooms were everywhere.

Of course, you know me: I’m on a trend like white on rice! And I do like to spread my trends across the entire home (mirrors in living rooms, bedrooms and entryways). So that’s why I thought I’d better put this post together for you: to give you a large round mirror showcase for the gods!

The good news is that, as always, the price points below range from skimp to splurge. I got all the usual bargain stores in the mix, but some other surprises from retailers you might not have thought of too. They know the deal; everyone’s hungry for a large round mirror – so they’d better stock ’em fast.

Drop me a comment further down and let me know if you’ve seen any amazing mirrors in stores. You know I love to add to my lists if there’s a supplier I’ve left out!

10 of the Best Large Round Mirrors you’ll Love

large round bathroom mirror in black from the block shop

1. The Block Shop Knows Where It’s At

Fresh from bathroom week on The Block is this bad boy. Did you read my Block recap, btw? It goes live right after the show of a Sunday night and you can win a Block Shop voucher each week! Too good right?

Anyway, this beautiful large round mirror is just one of many in the range that The Block Shop stocks. They also have other shapes, of course. But if you really wanna rock the trend properly then it’s gotta be round. Or oval. OK, I’ll allow oval, because it’s a pretty divine shape too. You’ll see one of them below, actually, and it’s pretty lush.

PS: an additional trend out of Milan was mirrors that are backlit. So you’ll see loads of those popping up in homes. The Block Shop stocks them too, so go lose your mind!

Scope out mirrors from The Block Shop here.

design stuff large black oval bathroom mirror

2. Design Stuff, you are Killing Me in the Best Way!

Pass me the credit card and take my money. I don’t know where I’m going to hang this beauty from Design Stuff but I’ll find a spot for it.

If you’re feeling like a large round mirror is a step too far, then consider an oval option for your bathroom. Pop one above the sink, or if you have a double vanity, snap two up. I love the black frame on this one because it makes the scene feel so chic and contemporary. And it’s reasonably priced at $225 too, which is a nice bonus.

As a sidenote, I also need those penny round tiles in my life immediately if not sooner.

Cast your eye over this dreamy mirror here.

freedom large round black mirror with gold trim

3. Freedom are Going Glitzy and I’m Here for it

Oh hello Freedom, you glorious woman. Yes, in my mind Freedom is a woman. I don’t know why, she just is. Anyway, Freedom has a huge range of mirrors on offer, but the star of the show is the round beauty you see above.

Get a load of the black and gold trim! This elegant mirror would work wonderfully in any pocket of your home. Bring it into the bathroom to evoke some sophistication, or inject some bling into other rooms like a dining space above the buffet. Large round mirrors don’t get more glam than this, let’s face it.

Check out the large round mirror from Freedom here.

rose gold round mirror from lounge lovers

4. Lounge Lovers also do Mirrors – Woohoo!

Yes, Lounge Lovers do more than just lounges. And you gotta admit that this glorious Cooper Round mirror is a hard buy to resist.

The rose gold colour is not only giving me heart palpitations in the best way possible, but the chain is also pretty lush. The added chain detail actually takes this large round mirror next level for me. Who doesn’t love a chain you can easily hang the mirror from? You’d be mad not to snap this up at $199!

Take a look at this mirror from Lounge Lovers here.

large round mirror from temple and wenster boho style mirror

5. Don’t Forget About Temple & Webster

The online emporium for everything home is not to be left out of the mix. And if you love some intricate embellishment around the trim of your wall hangings, then this beauty has your name written all over it.

This round mirror is actually on the smaller side at just 42cm diameter, but that’s OK. The fact that it has so much detail around the outside is what makes is so awesome. If this was a super large mirror the detail around the frame might seem too overbearing. So I think the embellishment-to-size ratio is bang on here.

Shop this wonderfully embellished mirror here.

large round mirror sunflower mirror from target australia

6. Target, you Cheeky Devil!

Target’s entire new home range is all about being inspired by nature, and this mirror taps right into that vibe. Made from a lovely tactile material, I’m loving the boho feels I’m getting from this. It’s very white coastal bohemian (see that interior style at play here) and I can’t get enough.

This product is already labelled as a “get in quick” high demand item. And little wonder: it only costs $29!

See more of this bargain buy from Target here.

trianna tound timber trim mirror in entryway

7. We Love a Scandi Mirror, Don’t We?

That was a rhetorical question, of course. I absolutely love a Scandinavian interior design scheme, with all those gorgeous white and blonde timber tones. If you’re in the same boat, then get a load of this divine piece from Shine Mirrors.

Here you see it ready to hang in an entryway, which I’m all for. But of course, consider it for a bathroom as well. Or your bedroom well. Or in a kids room. Seriously, it will work anywhere and everywhere in your home and is super lightweight at just 3kg.

Check out the Trianna natural wood mirror here.

ikea stockholm round mirror in blonde timber finish

8. The Icon That is IKEA Can’t Be Left Out

You can’t possibly have a list of the best places to get a large round mirror and not include IKEA. The option you see above it an oldie but a goody and is so affordable at just $129.

This mirror comes in an Ash or Walnut veneer, so you have two colour options there – and get a load of the clever ledge at the bottom for storing your bibs and bobs. It’s clearly at home in a bedroom (especially great for small bedrooms), so pop one in yours and enjoy the simplistic designer vibes!

Shop the IKEA Stockholm mirror here.

Peripheral Mirror By Paradox Movement round black mirror

9. Let’s Support Small Business and Makers

I love seeing unique creations from local makers and this large round mirror from Peripheral is just that! Inspired by the human eye, this awesome mirror comes in three colours: Natural, Blackened or Grey Oak.

I love that you can just lean it against the wall, as seen here, or completely fix it above a sideboard or vanity. This beauty is priced at $395 which is an absolute steal if you ask me. It’s designed and made in Sydney and custom sizes are available – I love it!

Take a closer look at the Peripheral Mirror here.

adairs boho round mirror in gold

10. Let’s Round Things Off with Adairs

Measuring 78cm, this Mercer and Reid Boho mirror is a little slice of Morocco without the plane and jetlag. It features stunning intricate detailing in the frame, and it’s available in gold or silver.

If you had a Moroccan style bathroom this would fit right in, or try popping it against a white wall to create some eye-catching contrast. The options are endless. Plus it’s only $151.99 at time of publish, so it has price going for it as well.

Shop the Mercer and Reid Boho Mirror here.

large round black mirror hanging in bathroom by chris carroll tlc interiors

Where is your Large Round Mirror from?

As I said above, I would love to add to this list if there’s a store you’ve gotten a large round mirror from that’s not mentioned here. Drop a comment below if you can and let me know what you’ve seen in your shopping travels. I’d love to hear from you – and other TLC readers would too!

Happy Shopping and Styling!

Chris Sig

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  • Reply
    Anna
    17 August, 2018 at 12:25 pm

    love that oval Bjorn black framed one and the whole tile display, just beautiful in its simplicity — mind you I would need 2 side by side to save arguments and the “move over, I cannt see in the mirror” – thanks for keeping us up to date and entertained

    • Reply
      Chris Carroll
      17 August, 2018 at 12:52 pm

      haha no worries at all Anna. Love sharing all my fave decor finds with you! And agree re two: you never want an argument to break out over who’s hogging the mirror 😉

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    Belinda
    18 August, 2018 at 12:26 am

    Would you believe Kmart have large round mirrors with black trim for only $29.95, looks exactly like the one from the block shop.

    • Reply
      Chris Carroll
      18 August, 2018 at 7:47 am

      Really? That sounds amazing. Are they the same size though? I have a feeling they might be smaller for that price.

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    Melinda Koth
    18 August, 2018 at 5:32 pm

    Design twins have some beautiful round mirrors as well. Well worth the look

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    Jan
    19 August, 2018 at 8:35 pm

    I actually purchased a big round mirror from Kmart for my guest room….Love it

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    Kylie
    20 August, 2018 at 6:20 am

    West Elm has some lovely options in their range too. Definitely on the pricier end of the spectrum but sometimes we’ll worth the splurge.

    • Reply
      Chris Carroll
      20 August, 2018 at 7:03 am

      Thanks for letting me know Kylie 🙂 I do love me some West Elm!

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    Karen
    24 August, 2018 at 8:23 pm

    Hi Chris! I got a lovely round mirror for my ensuite from Print Decor in Malvern. They supply The Block Shop with their round mirrors. Loved this blog post

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    Lauma
    29 August, 2018 at 4:29 am

    This is something nice!

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