5 Budget-Friendly Dupes for That Anthropologie Mirror Everyone Is Obsessed With
Get the look for less. A lot less.
You know that mirror from Anthropologie? You know the one. Even if you don't know its name, you've seen it. Because for the last couple of years, it's been used everywhere in the design world. It's called the Gleaming Primrose Mirror, and it's jaw-droppingly gorgeous. It looks like a perfectly-preserved heirloom from 1700s France, and it works with just about any design style, from traditional to farmhouse to boho.
The mirror comes in three sizes: three-foot, five-foot and seven-foot. And we've seen all three versions pop up in the homes and workspaces of HGTV designers. Just look at the stunning Magnolia office Joanna Gaines designed with the large mirror.
And Jillian Harris loves to use the smaller mirror on her mantel and around the house. She's styled it so many pretty ways, from a patio party to a whimsical Christmas.
But here's the thing about this mirror: It's insanely expensive. You might as well buy an actual antique mirror for that kind of cash. So, we've rounded up the best dupes you can buy online. These mirrors are similar — some almost identical — but cost a lot less. Check out our favorite look-alikes, and shop our top picks below.
Oh, hello! If you have your eye on the five-foot Anthropologie mirror but can't swing nearly $850, check out the Amelie Mirror from Arhaus. Doesn't it look almost identical? But this one is more in the $500 range. It's not as tall at a little more than four feet, but what you lose in height you gain in savings.
While they're a lot cheaper than Anthropologie, the two, true look-alikes we found are still a little pricey. So, if you want an antique-style gold mirror in the $300 range, check out the Ornate Filigree Mirrors from Pottery Barn Teen. This horizontal one would be perfect to style on a mantel just like Jillian Harris.