Roundhill Furniture Queen Anna Style Black Cheval Floor Mirror
Last updated date: March 8, 2021
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This is a traditional black cheval-style mirror that will add timeless elegance to your décor. Its elongated oval shape tilts forwards and backwards, and it has a wood frame and stand.
In our analysis, the Roundhill Furniture Roundhill Furniture Queen Anna Style Black Cheval Floor Mirror placed 3rd when we looked at the top 8 products in the category. For the full ranking, see below.
From The Manufacturer
Beautiful black cheval-style mirror for traditional decor, tilts for full-body reflection. Elongated oval glass mirror with wood frame and stand. Freestanding design swings mirror between stylish turned posts and curved bracketed feet; stretcher for stability between legs. Some assembly required, instruction and hardware's are in the box. Dimension: 22.5" W x 16" D x 59.25" H. Photo May Slightly Different From Actual Item in Terms of Color Due to the Lighting During Photo Shooting or the Monitor's Display.
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An Overview On Floor Mirrors
Full-length floor mirrors are taller than they are wide, to allow you to see your full reflection all at one time. Not only are they useful for seeing an entire outfit, they also add lightness and brightness to rooms.
Some styles stand on the floor and can be tilted up and down, while others have solid frames and can also be wall-mounted. If you have more space, you might like a freestanding floor mirror that complements your décor. Some mirrors feature the ability to be wall-mounted, lean on the wall or be freestanding for the ultimate in flexibility.
Full-length mirror sizes range from about 43 inches by 13 inches to 68 inches by 32 inches, but other sizes are available if you shop around. Be sure to measure your space before buying a mirror.
If you want a freestanding floor mirror, you can choose one that has its own standing frame on the back. Easel mirrors have rear adjustable supports that you can tilt. Vintage-style cheval (“horse” in French) mirrors are oval-shaped, with vertical bars and four feet. They have two separate pieces that connect with a joint, so they can swivel.
The Floor Mirror Buying Guide
- Interior decorators like to lean floor mirrors up against walls, and they often use them for purely decorative reasons. If you are doing this, be sure to match the mirror to your furniture; it could make a lovely focal point for a room.
- See how much the mirror weighs before buying, since heavy frames can make some mirrors tip the scales at 40 or more pounds. You may need a friend to help you carry it, plus sturdier hardware if you want to hang it on a wall.
- Always use a stud finder before hanging hardware for a mirror.
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