It’s no secret that I love a beautiful mirror for its ability to open up a room and reflect light or an amazing view. We have three large floor mirrors and consider them among our most beloved home decor. Not that I need a fourth, but the Anthropologie Gleaming Primrose Mirror has been on my radar for years.
The Anthro mirror became social media famous for its vintage adornments, antique gold color, and elegant shape, but it is pricey. My curiosity about alternatives sent me on a search for the best Anthropologie mirror dupes, and there are some truly gorgeous lookalikes that offer the aesthetic at a lower price point.
Whether you want to compare the Anthropologie Primrose Mirror to other ornate options or want the look for less, these are the best affordable Anthropologie mirror dupes I found.
The Original Gleaming Primrose Mirror
Before we dive in, below I’ve listed the dimensions and costs of the four different sizes (2 floor mirrors and 2 wall mirrors) of the original mirror so that you can compare.
Anthropologie Mirror Dimensions and Costs:
- 3′: 39.25″ H x 39″ W — $548
- 5’: 60” H x 50.25” W — $898
- 6’: 71.75” H x 32” W — $1,198
- 7’: 84” H x 64.25” W — $1,598
Anthropologie Mirror Dupes
The scroll details and curves of this Pottery Barn mirror give it the same look as the Anthro mirror for a fraction of the price. It comes in two sizes—wall and leaner—and the leaner mirror is $499 compared to Anthro’s $1,200. This would make a great focal point in an entryway or living room, and the smaller size would look gorgeous over a dresser.
This oversized wall mirror has detailed flourishes at the apex of its otherwise simple metal frame, and I might even prefer it to the Anthro Primrose as an accent piece for a mantle, console table, or dresser since it’s wider. The price tag is under $500 in three colors, making it an Anthro mirror dupe worth taking a look at.
If you’re set on grand scale floor mirror and willing to forego beveled accents, this Urban Outfitters large gold floor mirror is an amazing option under $500. It’s large (over 5′ tall) making it one of the most sizable Anthro mirror dupes out there. Compared to the $1,600 Primrose mirror, you’re saving over $1,000!
If you’re looking for an Anthropologie mirror dupe with cleaner lines and a similar antique finish, look no further than the World market mirror. It’s lack of ornate detailing makes it easy to introduce into any room for added convenience and brightness, and it’s under $300.
If you’re looking for a round Anthropologie mirror dupe (Anthro actually doesn’t offer the Primrose in this shape), this Walmart mirror is a great option under $150. It’s such a steal and comes in gold and black. I think it’d look beautiful over a bathroom vanity or as a statement piece over a console table in an entryway.
Going off looks alone, this Hobby Lobby wall mirror is almost identical to the Anthropologie Primrose. I’m not going to promise it’ll have the same quality and detailing as the Primrose, but if you’re on a budget, this under $150 is a great dupe. Reviewers say it’s heavy, looks pricier than it is, and is a versatile size.
I had to include a couple of Anthropologie mirror dupes from Amazon because their decor selection has surprised me over the years! This arched mirror has stellar ratings and comes in three sizes and four finishes. One reviewer even commented that it’s better than the Anthropologie mirror, which is saying something!
This Wayfair Anthropologie Mirror dupe is basically a petite version of the 3′ Primrose mirror, making it the perfect affordable option for anyone who wants the vintage-inspired look in a small space. It would look great above a thin dresser or over a mantle in a studio apartment and is under $300.
If you want a bold mirror that pops off the wall, the thick gold frame and heavy scrollwork on this square wood wall mirror will stand out no matter what room you hang it in. It’s 3′ tall and under $300 compared to the Primrose 3′ at over $500!
This House of Hampton mirror is a crazy affordable Anthropologie wall mirror dupe. At just under 3′ tall, it’s only $150 compared to over $500 at Anthropologie. It comes in black and gold finishes, but I of course love the gold for that touch of old world elegance.
Does the Anthropologie Mirror Ever Go on Sale?
If the Anthropologie mirror dupes above just don’t quite grab your attention, the Gleaming Primrose Mirror might be worth it for you. I’ll admit, it’s hard to exactly replicate its arched shape, ornate details, and vintage-inspired feel. It has a timeless, Parisian, glam look that suits a variety of interior design tastes and is available in several colors (gold, silver, antique black) and sizes (7′, 6′, 5′, and 3′).
Anthropologie does occasionally offer a 20% discount on the mirror, so keep an eye out for seasonal home sales. Anthro Living items tend to get marked down in January, May (Memorial Day), September (Labor Day), and November (Black Friday and Cyber Monday).