Enjoy this gallery of mirrors near the front door. Which one can you see yourself in?
By: Brenna Malmberg, Writer and editor
February 25, 2019 – People file past the entryway. They toss their keys. They hang up their coats. But add a mirror, and all of a sudden people will stop and look. Here’s a collection of some of our favorite entryway mirrors that will have you reflecting on your entry’s style and function. Click the first image to enlarge the photo, then use the right arrow to see the photos in slideshow format. Flip through and then tell us which mirrored entry you would like to see inside your front door.
1. A nautical rope supports this large, round mirror as it hangs above a floating entry table.
2. The island theme starts with the mirror and travels all the way down the table in a Nantucket, Massachusetts, entry designed by Kristy Kay.
3. A modern zigzag mirror draws guests right into this contemporary entry, designed by Belinda Albo Design Studio.
4. Drinks are served below a golden mirror when you walk through the door to this Atlanta entryway, designed by Dayka Robinson Designs.
5. A handful of mirrors greets guests at this 1900s Manhattan townhouse, designed by Jarlath Mellett.
6. The entryway sets the tone for this Boston home. Rachel Reider Interiors used a combination of materials to create a contemporary setting with hints of glamour through reflective decor.
7. This mirror reflects the afternoon sun all around the entryway, designed by Bennett Leifer Interiors, without greeting guests with a direct reflection of themselves.
8. A blue and gold entry by Amy Kartheiser Design gives a Chicago family a vibrant space that fits their personality.
9. A large rectangular mirror tucked into this entry, designed by Rockwood Custom Homes, gives the homeowners a bright spot to display fresh flowers.
10. A bright entry greets guests and leads them right toward the fireplace in the next room of this home, designed by Martha O’Hara Interiors.
11. This bold geometric-shaped mirror plays with the angles in both the table and the wallpaper in this entry vignette, designed by Murphy Deesign.
12. From a different angle, three entry mirrors reflect pops of color elsewhere in this Australian apartment, styled by Emma Blomfield.
13. A silver lamp and candlesticks nicely frame the sunburst mirror in this New York entry, designed by David Schaf Interiors.
14. Melanie Turner brightened up an Atlanta home with a burst of color around the mirror.
15. Many circles in the mirror and one on the entryway mat start a circle motif that continues throughout this Seattle home.
16. The sun-shaped mirror floats up toward the sky against the blue wallpaper in this South Carolina home’s entry, by Signature Design Studio.
17. A tropical home in Jacksonville, Florida, designed by Phoebe Howard uses an intricate mirror and pops of blue to invite guests to relax and stay awhile.
18. A neutral color palette lets the textures and shapes shine in this entry by Joanna Going Design.
19. Laura Stein Interiors used many metallics, including the mirror frame, to make this entryway shine.
20. A hall tree with a bright bench comes with a built-in mirror in this entry by Anthony Baratta.
21. Borden Interiors & Associates achieved a cool, refreshing feel at this beach house with a wavy mirror and a sea horse lamp.
22. The mirror steals the show in this entryway by Elms Interior Design.
23. A large rectangular mirror reflects the sunlight around this Mediterranean-style room.
24. This mirror matches the bench, making a cozy setup at this beachy home by moment design + productions.
25. Warm light reflects off the mirror and onto the homeowner’s antique desk and paintings in this inviting space, designed by Marie Flanigan Interiors.
26. A round mirror with a distressed finish and rivets fits this home’s industrial style.
27. This bright blue dresser, purchased by Karen Kempf Interiors, is a great place to stand a mirror.
28. Dunlap Design Group staff took cues from the straight-lined Georgian Colonial architecture when they picked pieces for this space, such as an antique mirror they found in San Francisco.
29. Gilded details and a mirror showcase the Regency style of this Australian apartment, designed by Greg Natale.
30. A small mirror leaves plenty of room for other useful pieces in this beach-style space, designed by Alexandra Dixon Interiors.
31. A decorative mirror adds drama to this black-and-white space.
32. A small mirror leaves a lot of room for other entryway necessities, such as storage baskets and hat hooks, in this North Carolina home styled by Alys Design.
33. Colors and textures invite guests to gallop on into this Texas retreat, designed by Jeannie Balsam Interiors.
34. A gilded mirror leads guests right into the dining room of this home designed by Katie Leede & Company Studio.
35. A soft color palette and textures surround this mirror in a New York City apartment designed by Grade.
36. Rustic edges blend the shiny mirror into the decor of this Texas entry designed by Jeannie Balsam Interiors.
37. Sroka Design didn’t stop at one mirror in this entry. An antique mirror hangs in the middle of a mirror wall.
38. An iron frame surrounds a large rectangular mirror, but The French Mix Interior Design continued the mirrored look down into the custom sideboard.
39. A faceted mirror sits between the homeowner’s framed artwork in this Victorian entry by Cecilie Starin Design.
40. A custom mirror fits right into a narrow space in this San Francisco home styled by Maggie Stephens Interiors.
41. Three hints of gold — the mirror frame, the tabletop tray and the table legs — add glamour to this entry by Curated Home By Chrissy & Co.
42. Vintage finds from designer Lori Haspel’s shop, Nomadic Vintage, have found a place in her Dallas home, such as a sunburst mirror with a bamboo frame.
43. This eclectic entry has multiple metallic mirrors filling the entry wall.
44. Contemporary forms reach right out of the mirror frame in this glamorous entry.
45. The dog seems to approve of the golden mirror and puppy figurines that Kelly Rogers Interiors chose for this little space.
46. One big and one little mirror hang above this simple entry bench.
47. Natural hues around the mirror and for the table make this entry warm and inviting.
48. Elegance oozes from the mirror and the mirrored surface below as they reflect the stunning surroundings in this space put together by Dona Rosene Interiors.
49. A few yellow accents play off the distressed frame of this entryway mirror.
50. This entry mirror reflects the pops of color and wallpaper that McGrath II added to the space.