Urban Americana

Vintage and Mid Century Modern Mirrors

Adding vintage mirrors to your home’s décor is an ideal way to make your space feel larger, as well as incorporate visual interest and a sense of personality. Mirrors can be an attractive addition to any room, and there is a range of ways to use vintage and mid-century mirrors in your bedroom, living room, entryway, bathroom, and more.

Full Length Mirrors

In a bedroom or walk-in closet, a full-length retro mirror is perfect for getting ready every day, making it easy to see your outfit while also adding personality to the room. Wood, brass and iron elements add texture and warmth to any space, and you can choose either a hanging or free-standing mirror. The entryway is also an excellent spot to hang a mid-century mirror. You’ll be able to check your appearance before heading out the door, while visitors will be greeted with a beautiful and unique vintage piece upon arriving at your home.

Find Mirrors for Any Aesthetic

If you have an eclectic design style, you may find that a sculptural mirror fits perfectly with your home's aesthetic. With homes that have a more traditional or classic look, a timeless wood framed mirror complements other furniture and accessories wonderfully. In the bathroom, switching out an old builder-grade mirror for something vintage is a smart, affordable way to customize the place. It’s a simple, quick upgrade that has a significant impact on the space and is a perfect way to add character to a new home.

Find Quality Vintage & Mid Century Modern Mirrors Online or In-Store at Urban Americana!

If you’re searching for unique mirrors for sale, make Long Beach’s Urban Americana your first stop. Our vintage furniture store offers a wide selection of unique and beautiful mirrors, unlike anything else you’ll find at other vintage furniture stores in the region. Our massive warehouse provides an enjoyable shopping experience that will take you through the greatest eras in design history, ideal for shoppers looking to add a special touch to their homes.