If you follow me on instagram (if you don’t, what are you waiting for?!) you’ll have seen that I’ve recently got myself a round mirror and that I can’t believe how much of a bargain it was… It was £23.99 (including VAT) from a shop that I’d never been in before, called JTF – they have a few different locations over the country, it’s free to get a membership and definitely worth a visit if you have one nearby! I’d been looking around for a while, but the cheapest I found was £60, which was this IKEA one, so when I stumbled across this one (which also came with a black surround) at under £25, I couldn’t say no.
It’s the perfect size for above my fireplace and although is does slightly blend into the white wall behind it, it also stands out a lot more than my old square one used to, something I can’t explain, but it really does!
My new mirror doesn’t seem to be on their website, but keep checking back, or go into your nearest store to have a look for yourself! Incase you can’t find it, or are miles away from a store, I’ve found some great alternative round mirrors, unfortunately none at that amazingly low price, but equally as beautiful:
As I mentioned before, the IKEA Stockholm mirror is a great alternative, it’s slightly larger than mine, so would definitely make more of an impact.
This John Lewis one, is the same size as the IKEA one, but doesn’t have a border, which would be a great option for those of you with a more minimalist style.
This French Connection mirror was the one that made me NEED a round mirror in my life, but way above my budget.
This Cox and Cox mirror is beautiful, I love the antique brass border.
I’ve also sourced some inspiration images if you’re struggling to style your new round mirrors!
Images below found on Pinterest – all saved to this board.
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