Midcentury Wicker Mirror

Rated 4.7 out of 5 by 3 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by midcentury beauty! I ordered the round one, just arrived today, and I am in love! The size of the mirror is a good size, not too small, not too big. The wicker does not look cheap and definitely gives the piece a midcentury vibe. Can't wait to hang this! June 11, 2014
Rated 4 out of 5 by Femininity Meets Chinoiserie Chic I cannot rave enough about these mirrors. I ordered 2 of the small ovals (looks like a floral bloom) online. When I received them one of the loops was completely broken. I was luckily able to find a replacement in store. They are quality mirrors, but VERY delicate. I hung one over my bar cart, and the other will be for a bedroom. The wicker is a nice color. I debated spray painting the mirror, but I believe I will leave the natural wicker color for now. June 17, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by Just What I Was Looking For I've been wanting a mirror to place above a chest of drawers and was searching for an inexpensive sailor style. Then I happened to find this "online exclusive" when I walked into a local Anthropologie. They had several of all the styles shown online (except for the full length). I decided to get the small oval and I LOVE it. I inspected all three of the small ovals to find any imperfections and it was hard to find any differences. The quality is great, it's not small at all, and the price is perfect. June 12, 2014
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  • Rattan, glass
  • Small round: 23.25" diameter
  • Small oval: 27.5"H, 19.75" diameter
  • Starburst: 20.25"H, 38.5"W
  • Oval Eye: 22.25"H, 28.25"W
  • Full Length: 73"H, 25.25"W
  • 1" - 1.25" projection
  • Imported
Style #:31258973 Earlier this year, our buyers traveled to France where they combed through the stalls of St.-Ouen, a world famous flea market in Paris, uncovering a trove of midcentury bamboo mirrors. Inspired by their rare finds, they decided to re-create them in rattan with a wicker weave. We like displaying them in multiples to maximize texture. Midcentury Wicker Mirror