9 Gorgeous DIY Mirror Dupes

9 Gorgeous DIY Mirror Dupes

Mirrors are a fantastic addition to any home. They don't just belong in the bathroom and dressing areas anymore, they are staples in modern decor. 

Mirrors will reflect natural light in the room, creating a lighter brighter atmosphere. They will also open the space up by creating depth and dimension. 

Decorative mirrors can be costly, so here are 9 dupes for overpriced mirrors that you can do at home for a fraction of the price. 

 

Dowel Mirror Dupe

This dowel mirror by The Merry Thought is both rustic and modern and a very close dupe to West Elm's Mid-Century Dowel Floor Mirror. The addition of wooden dowels to this mirror take it from boring to exquisite. If you're looking to replicate the West Elm mirror exactly, satin your wood a darker color. Learn how to make it here.

 

Amethyst Mirror Dupe

This amethyst encrusted mirror made by Design Love Fest isn't an exact dupe for this handmade Crystal Starburst Mirror from Etsy, but it brings that same element of raw gemstones to your home. Learn how to make it here.

 

Triangle Mirror Dupe

We've all seen square mirrors and rectangular mirrors, but what about a triangular mirror? This wooden triangular mirror by Almost Makes Perfect is an affordable DIY dupe to any of the triangular mirrors out on the market including the Ivy Bronx Borquez Mirror from Wayfair. Learn how to make it here.

 

Gem Mirror Dup

This gorgeous geometric mirror made by A Beautiful Mess is almost an exact dupe for the Desdemona Accent Wall Mirror. This project takes a little patience and a little precision, but as long as you're willing to take your time you can get it done. Learn how to make it here.

 

Rustic Farmhouse Mirror Dupe

This rustic farmhouse mirror is AMAZING. It was created by Christina's Adventures and it an awesome dupe for the Bonner Reclaimed Wood Vanity Mirror from Signature Hardware. Learn how to make it here.

 

Macrame Mirror Dupe

This macrame mirror is very on trend and was created by Enter My Attic. Macrame pieces can be seen in boho bloggers homes across Instagram and now you can have one of your own! These mirrors can be purchased on Etsy, but this dupe will allow you to have one exactly how you want it for way less dough. Learn how to make it here.

 

Oversized Wooden Mirror Dupe

Oversized mirrors can be found in most modern homes these days. This DIY wood framed mirror made by The Wood Grain Cottage is gorgeous and a great dupe for the Langford Beveled Wall Mirror which can retail over a grand! Learn how to make it here.

 

Antique Mirror Dupe 

Antique mirrors are stunning, but it can be very hard to find one that both fits your esthetic and is in good condition. You can purchase an antiqued mirror for a small fortune like this Rectangle Antique Style Mirror from Houzz, or you could just make your own like Remodelaholic did! Learn how to make it here.

 

Wooden Bead Mirror Dupe

Wooden beads are all the rage, and the Gordon Mirror from Dezignables is no exception, but why spend close to $500 when you could make your own? Simply Grove made a gorgeous beaded mirror that is way less expensive and a lot more fun! Learn how to make it here.