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10 Super Cool Floor Mirrors For Your Man Pad

Let us introduce you to a secret weapon for transforming almost any space. The dutiful mirror not only has the ability to make a room feel much bigger and even brighter, but it also does a pretty good job at adding a certain stimulating and sophisticated quality to a space.

Forget dilly-dallying around with wall mounted mirrors, you can now confidently introduce mirror into your home or office with the click of your fingers. Cue, mirror, mirror, on the floor.

A floor mirror will immediately give your man pad some depth. You can play with moving it around regularly for a bit of change or layer furnishings around it to enhance your styling.

Top Tip: If you have a nice view outside, locate your mirror directly opposite it to really bring the outside in and open up your interior, plus you’ll get to enjoy that outlook twice as much.

Here is our top pick of the trendiest floor mirrors ready for even the most discerning gent, and of course for all of you renters out there that haven’t already sacrificed your bonds during those late night soirées.

#1 Kaschkasch’ Mirror from Finnish Design Shop


Also serving as a clothing rack, this minimalist mirror is versatile especially for small spaces. The design allows for it to be located in a corner or against a wall in a range of different positions.

Finish: Powder Coated White Aluminum frame.

#2 ‘Mirra’ by Swedese available from Fred


This slim line free standing mirror has a form similar to that of an art easel, appropriate for any man pad.

Finish: Available in Birch, Oak or White Lacquer.

#3 ‘Private’ Mirror by Living Edge


A free standing retro style wool padded felt screen reveals a full-length mirror, great for those hungry design fiends present.

Finish: Grey Felt + Green Mirror Frame or Red Felt + Red Mirror Frame.

#4 ‘Deep Frame’ by Mark Tuckey


Simple, Effective and made to order, this boxy deep frame mirror is available in a range of different finishes to suit your style.

Finish: Timber, Powder coats or Paints.

#5 Lapse Mirror by Mr and Mrs. White


Designed and Made in Australia, this timber mirror plays with negative space and reflections. With its made to order feature, it is a distinguished feature for any interior.

Finish: American Oak, LVL, Walnut with either a Clear Matte Lacquer or Porters Clear Coat.

#6 ‘Bel’ Custom Mirrors by Jardan


This range of truly contemporary mirrors feature an incredibly slim line frame that showcase high-quality materials with precision craftsmanship. Completely customizable, you can choose between a range of sizes and even mirror tints. Perfect for the modern man’s bachelor pad.

Finish: Metallic mirror available in Silver, Dark Grey, Peach or Gold.

#7 ‘New York Sectional’ Mirror by MCM House


Available in two large sizes, this silver mirror features a flush black frame with sectional mirror panels. With a more decorative look, this mirror is still a contemporary addition to any interior.

#8 ‘Chassis XL’ by MaDe Design for Reflect Plus


The idea behind this designer mirror was to give depth to an object that is usually considered flat: the mirror. A defining fine metal framework demands an elegant confidence, suited to the gent who really knows what he is doing.

#9 ‘Elena’ Floor Mirror by Madarae


Crafted using traditional woodworking techniques, this free standing mirror modernizes the antique bedroom mirror and vanity tables. With a small extractable drawer that is completely lined in leather with a matching leather pull, this floor mirror suits the gent who values traditional craftsmanship.

#10 ‘Echo’ Mirror by Zuster


This made to order American Oak mirror features an oval cut out to mirror, playing with geometry, this statement mirror is a bold piece that will set the tone of its chosen location. The Echo mirror is available in a large range of different timber tones and tints.

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