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Living and Dining13 Best Arched Mirrors In Australia For 2024

If you thought arches only belonged in the 70s, think again. The classic interior arch is back, and nowhere is this more noticeable than in the stunning array of arched mirrors popping up in bathrooms, bedrooms and living spaces around Australia.

Mirrors have always been fabulous for creating the illusion of space in smaller spaces, but in an arched shape, they’re extra special. Arches bring elegance and softness to angular rooms and they complement curved furniture beautifully, like luxe upholstered swivel chairs.

Whether you’re after a floor mirror to position against a bedroom wall or a pair of showstoppers for a modern bathroom, there’s an arched beauty out there ready to transform your room. And we’ve put the best of them in one handy spot for you.

A curved wooden mirror sits above a small bathroom vanity with a white sink and tap.
Loughlin Furniture Alura Mirror

What are the benefits of an arch mirror?

  • They elevate a space. Arches help to create the illusion of higher ceilings, taller walls and a generally more spacious room. This makes them a fabulous choice for small areas like walk-in robes and hallways.
  • A mirror is cheaper than reshaping walls. Desperate for arches but don’t want to renovate? An arched mirror is the answer, and the good news is that there are styles available to suit any budget.
  • They soften a room. Arches are welcoming and pretty, and they’re a simple way to soften a sterile or angular space. And if you want to take the curve theme further and you have the space, consider a round bathtub for extra wow.
  • Great wall features. More than a useful fixture, a curved mirror makes a statement and breathes new life into bare, tired walls.
  • Arches work well in pairs. By doubling up arched mirrors, you bring a gorgeous rhythm to the room and they look especially wow above a black bathroom vanity or another statement piece of furniture.

13 Of The Best Arched Mirrors In Australia

These stunners will look so good in the house, that you might actually look forward to cleaning them! Here are 13 of our favourite arch-shaped mirrors in the country.

Shiloh Arch Mirror, $259

A curved mirror with a black rim leaning against a bedroom wall.

Elegant and unmissable, the Shiloh by Salta Bay Living is a hands-down favourite. It features a sleek black frame and comes with 153cm of height that’s perfect for hallways, wardrobes and bedrooms. But its true beauty lies in just how adaptable it is – it’s just at home in an urban townhouse as it is in a modern farmhouse. Love it!

Horizon Arch Mirror, $249.99

White arched mirror above a cabinet in a bedroom.

Available in black, oak or white, the Horizon Arch Mirror is ready to fit in anywhere. It measures 80 x 60cm, making it a fab fit for hanging above dressers, buffets or bedside tables as pictured. With a classically sleek profile, this is a versatile mirror that transcends time and trends – so you’ll be hanging on to it for a while!

Mila Gold Arched Mirror, $369

Gold mirror shown leaning against a wall in the corner of a bedroom.

Budget-friendly and luxurious, the Mila mirror from Fantastic Furniture is that special something your entrance, hallway or formal dining room needs. And at 190cm in height, it’s guaranteed to make a statement, whether you wall-mount it or simply tilt it against a wall.

Kirra Arch Mirror, $399

Wall-mounted white arched mirror above a chest of wooden drawers.

At a huge 120cm in width, this stunning mirror from Future Glass couldn’t be more perfect for hanging or leaning on top of dressers, consoles and buffets. In white, it pairs perfectly with any furniture and with a high-quality powder-coated stainless steel frame, it will last forever. This one is finished with copper-free backing paint to help prevent mirror corrosion.

Cindy Black Arched Wall Mirror, $119

Two wall-mounted slimline black arched mirrors in living room settings.

If it’s a slimline arch you’re after, look no further. From Cooper & Co, the Cindy measures just 30cm in width making it ideal for those skinny nooks you need to fill. Lean it against a wall in your bedroom or hang it in your home office and add lots of light without taking up too much wall space.

Mocka Jackson Metal Freestanding Mirror, $269.95

Freestanding gold mirror on a wooden floor next to a chestnut console table.

Elegant and versatile, the Jackson mirror is ideal for positioning in corners to create the illusion of extra space. At 160cm in height and finished with a beautiful gold frame, it’s destined to be your favourite piece of decor.

Uttermost Grantola Mirror, $3190

Three luxurious arched mirrors wall mounted in a row against a charcoal wall in a formal living room.

It doesn’t come cheap, but boy does it impress. The Grantola by Uttermost comes in black and gold and measures an enormous 180cm x 122cm – so you’ll need to dedicate a whole wall to this one. It features a delicate iron frame and a stunning arch. Timeless glamour right here.

Martinique Curved Mirror, from $479

Black and white Martinique mirrors shown side by side.

Available in a choice of white or black, this grand mirror uses Paulownia wood & quality mirrored glass to bring a huge dose of style to rooms. It measures a huge 150cm in height, making it a fantastic choice for entrances with high ceilings. Also available in rectangle shapes.

Metal Framed Arched Mirror, $549

Gold mirror mounted on a white brick wall in a casual European-style living room.

Both fancy and fun, this framed mirror from West Elm adds a touch of pizzazz to boring walls. It comes with hanging hardware and features an iron frame in a brass finish. Measuring 91cm in height, it’s the perfect piece for filling dead space.

Bjorn Arch Mirror, $780

Black and Gold arched mirrors shown side by side.

When it comes to arch-shaped floor mirrors, consider Bjorn the cool kid on the block. In fact, it’s been proudly featured on The Block season after season and it comes in a choice of five border options, including brass, black, white, powder and dove. It stands at 180cm and weighs 28kg.

Granite Lane Studio Arched Floor Mirror, $779

A gold-rimmed arch-shaped mirror next to a wooden buffet.

Designed right here in Australia, the Studio Arch Floor Mirror contains absolutely no wood, making it truly bathroom-proof and highly durable. It measures a whopping 185cm in height and features a powder-coated frame in a choice of black, white or brass. We’re crushing hard on this one.

Luxe Mirrors Arch 500D LED Mirror Range, from $579

LED arched bathroom mirrors mounted against a tiled wall above a double vanity.

Let there be light! With built-in backlights that make applying makeup absolute heaven, these clever mirrors are the answer to dull, dark bathrooms. They measure 90cm x 50cm and feature dimmable lighting, a touch sensor and a demister function with automatic shut-off. Like we said, heaven.

Alura Curved Mirror, from $1393

Timber curved mirror wall-mounted above a wooden vanity.

Sometimes it’s not height you need in a mirror, but width – and this gem from Loughlin Furniture offers just the right amount. Handmade in New South Wales by wood specialists, this format of the Alura measures 120cm x 100cm, making it spot on for bathrooms and dressing tables. It’s also available in 60cm x 100cm.


Are arched mirrors still in style?

Yes, arched mirrors are trending in a big way in Australia right now and they are not showing any sign of disappearing. Aside from their elegant aesthetic, arches also soften spaces and help create a more lived-in and welcoming environment. So it’s easy to see why everyone loves them!

Should I hang my mirror or lean it?

Whether you hang or lean your mirror depends on its size, weight and the overall aesthetic you’re aiming for. A wall-mounted mirror gives a timeless and clean finish, whereas leaning a mirror against a wall in a bedroom or walk-in robe gives a room a casual tone. Always be sure to check that your mirror is suitable for wall-mounting before trying to hang it.

Where should I put an arched mirror?

Arch-shaped mirrors are popular choices for bedrooms, walk-in robes, hallways and bathrooms – but exactly where you position it depends on what else is in the room. Remember that you want the mirror to be in proportion to the wall it’s on and it should reflect things you want to see, like plants or a window rather than a pile of dirty laundry!

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