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Wrought Iron Wall Mirrors for Traditional and Modern Decors

Updated on September 29, 2011

Tips for Buying and Installing Wall Mirrors

A wrought iron wall mirror can add charm to any room. They come in traditional, classic designs as well as simplified, modern styles. They can provide warmth and elegance, add a sense of space, or be the defining piece that completes the look of an entire room.

They offer a timeless beauty, that will be treasured for years to come.

These finely crafted mirrors can work wonders in nearly any room from a front entry way to a bathroom, living room, or even a formal dining room.

On this page you will find a variety of styles, a complete selection of quality wrought iron wall mirrors in a range of sizes and finishes. You're almost sure to find one that will suit the space you have perfectly.

Hanging a Wall Mirror

When hanging your wrought iron wall mirror, you want to be careful that you select the right type of mounting hardware. Your mirror should arrive with most of the necessary hardware, but even if not, the necessary hooks and screws can be found in any hardware or home improvement store.

You need to know the weight of the mirror when selecting the hardware, to assure it's rated to handle that amount of weight. Because larger mirrors can be quite heavy, it is ideal to hang them from a screw inserted into a wall stud. However, if a wall stud isn't located in the area where you need to center your wrought iron wall mirror, then a second option is to use an anchor to set the screw more securely in the dry wall or plaster.

Next, you will need to identify where to hang the mirror. You can determine the appropriate height based upon your personal preference, but you will likely need a tape measure or yardstick to assure that you center the mirror on the wall or over the piece of furniture where the mirror will hang. Once the location is determined, you will need to mark the spot. The video below shows an easy method of doing this, all without making marks on your walls.

The distance from the edge of the frame to the hook(s) will need to be measured and then marked on the wall as well. This will tell you where to put your mounting hardware in the wall. (See the video for details) Using a level will assure your mirror will hang straight.

The screws should be inserted, leaving approximately 1/4" out so that the hooks can be placed securely over them.


With elegant lines and a warm finish, this Dreamline wrought iron wall mirror will be a dramatic yet graceful addition to your room. It is hand made with a deep brown finish and measures 31.5" H x 23.125" W.


This Las Cruces wall mirror from Quoizel, features a bronze finish on wrought iron frame, with vine and leaf detail design and sconce lights on each side to add warmth to any space. Perfect for an entry way, hallway, or bedroom, this lovely piece requires no wiring. The mirror is beveled glass and measures 36 inches wide and 38 1/2 inches high, with an 8 1/2 inch profile. It operates with 2- 100 watt bulbs.

Another beautifully designed mirror from Quoizel, this particular item offers a sleeker look. It has an espresso finish, beveled glass, and is surrounded by a twin border. The outside frame is twisted and the inside is straight giving it added visual interest. It measures 32 inches high and 28 inches wide.

Home Decor Innovations

Home Decor Innovations also provides some wonderful designs. This beautiful iron leaf scroll elongated oval mirror can be hung vertically or horizonatally and comes with the necessary mounting hardware. It measures 21 1/2" x 34" and features a dark rust finish.


This wrought iron wall mirror by Kichler offers a very clean and simple look. It has a tannery bronze finish surrounded the beveled glass. It measures 24 inches wide and a full 37 inches high. Coordinating light fixtures are also available.


With clean, curved lines, this wrought iron wall mirror by Uttermost is elegant and simple at the same time. It features a plane glass mirror and rust finish. It measures 39.25 inches high and 27 inches wide.

Ashton Sutton Wrought Iron Wall Mirrors

Ashton Suttom offers a number of wrought iron wall mirrors in a variety of shapes. The first item, a 20 inch square glass wall mirror has a hand welded metal frame and a beautiful wrought iron finish. The scroll design adds elegance and a perfect focal point for any room or entryway.

The oval version of this mirror offers the same wrought iron finish/scroll design and measures 23 inches x 31 inches. It is also available as a 24 inch round mirror which can be perfect over a sofa or console table.


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    • BanjDog profile image

      BanjDog 7 years ago from Travel Around

      I love this- wrought iron and mirrors! Very romantic!

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      theherbivorehippi 7 years ago from Holly, MI

      Ooooh...I love the Franklin Iron Works Mirror. I could definitely find a place for that in my home!

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      Nell Rose 7 years ago from England

      Hi, they are so nice, I like all of them! I have mirrors all over the place in my house, but not big ones, or even nice ones like above. I must start getting something nice, instead of just using small plain ones. Thanks for the info. Nell

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      Ign Andy 7 years ago from Green Home Office

      Nice wrought iron mirrors selection. I love the Franklin and Country Vine.

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      Sandy Mertens 7 years ago from Wisconsin, USA

      They are beautiful mirrors.

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      dianacharles 7 years ago from India

      These are very pretty mulberry and mirrors do add class to a room. I do not know if you have heard of Vaastu. It is a kind of ancient science which is about attracting positive and negative energy depending on how your house is planned. Mirrors play a big role in Vaastu.They can attract a lot of negative energy if placed on the 'wrong' wall. I dont follow any of that, but thought it would be an interesting tidbit for you.

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      Ann Nonymous 7 years ago from Virginia

      Beautiful pieces. I love wrought iron stuff. Great job, mulberry!