Reclaimed wood mirrors, also known as barnwood mirrors, are a great way to add a distinctive and unique character to your décor, and add personality to a room – all while being eco-friendly! Our reclaimed wood is harvested from 19th century barns, textile mills, warehouses, and long-standing structures from across the US. Our reclaimed and recycled wood has been naturally weathered for years, and will provide a great rustic ambiance for your home, office, cabin, or lodge. For a limited time, selected reclaimed wood mirrors are 20% off! This includes custom sizes. Call 888-653-2276 to order your custom mirror.
Our reclaimed wood mirrors are hand-made, by craftsmen in the United States. We recycle our wood from abandoned buildings, and kiln-dry the wood to make it safe to have in your home, without jeopardizing any of the wood’s historic character.
Our reclaimed wood mirrors come with several specific designs. We have rustic beveled frame mirrors, where the frame around the mirror will protrude at a slight angle.
Our Lighthouse Series mirrors are barnwood mirrors with a raised edge going around the perimeter of the frame.
Our Hobble Creek Series combines two wood grains – a mirror frame of weathered pine, and an interior wrap of stained alder - in a beautiful, complementary neutral color scheme.
If you are looking for a rustic cabin décor motif, try one of our mirror sets that includes nailheads, or
Reclaimed wood mirrors are excellent for any kind of setting. Whether you are going for a modern urban, vintage chic, or a country rustic feel, these rustic mirrors are very adaptable. They lend a neutral wood grain to whatever room they are in. Reclaimed wood mirrors are also great because they open up a room, and add balance to rooms that would otherwise seem closed, or boxy. A good decorator can seemingly double the amount of natural light in a particular room with a well-placed mirror.
When choosing from our selection of reclaimed wood mirrors, we recommend that you take into account the size and shape of the wall you will be hanging the mirror on. Mirrors aren’t just for bathrooms; and can be a great addition to a sitting room, just like a painting, or a family portrait. But they can also be less-expensive, and will match your décor even if you decide to change the color of paint on your walls. Reclaimed wood mirrors are great because they are so ubiquitous, and so functional at the same time.