I’ve been dreaming about Anthropologie Gleaming Primrose Mirror ever since I saw it on TikTok. It’s basically all the aesthetics of my ideal home put together in one super luxury item and I know I’m not alone. But my dream turned into a nightmare when I saw that the flat version cost $ 998 at Anthro. So, I went hunting to find a resemblance and came across a duped Primrose Mirror in … wait for it … Target! As much as I want to show off my Primrose purchase with a #TikTokMadeMeBuyIt video, I’d rather get something similar for less and save my coin.
It’s no wonder Primrose Mirror has become so popular in recent months; in fact, it was something long before TikTok found out, sorry Gen Z. After years of minimal design and being stuck in pristine but slightly boring apartments, people started redecorating during the pandemic and embraced making their spaces they were elegant and welcoming. Because if you’re going to be inside all the time, you can also enjoy your space, right?
With this in mind, maximalism took over and the decor turned to vibrant colors, Baroque, Art Deco, 70s inspired pieces; basically the era that best suits your aesthetic, marked up to 100. You could even mix multiple eras! There are no post-quarantine rules.
With this new home décor mentality still in place, the Anthro mirror received a lot of attention last year, along with other trendy items like boucle furniture, funky shaped candles, and patterned plates and cookware. This is why you might be tempted (like me) to throw away everything you have and completely redecorate.
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Good news: a gold mirror is a great piece to start with! You can decorate around the mirror and make it the centerpiece of whatever room you place it in. Floor-length mirrors, even if you’re not looking for an Anthro, are always expensive. Whenever I find one for less than $ 200, I celebrate.
This $ 120 option for Opalhouse from target is totally within my home décor budget and tremendously inexpensive for a floor length mirror. It’s basically the same price as Apple AirPods or a Zara swag, so that’s something I can justify for a piece that I’ll have forever. It has the same vintage feel as the Anthro version has, and you don’t have to sacrifice and get a smaller mirror to get the same look.
There is only one size of this mirror available. This rectangular mirror He stands 51 inches tall and weighs 23 pounds. If you don’t want to lean it against a wall, you can also mount it on the wall. No, it is not as wide as the Anthro Primrose version, but still! It also has ornate details on the top of the mirror, giving it those old-fashioned, baroque vibes. Personally, I want my apartment to look like a room at the Met, so this mirror checks all the boxes for me.
This floor-length mirror will make your space look bigger and brighter, which is great news for people like me who have particularly small apartments. You can put this mirror in your bedroom, living room or hallway as it is quite a versatile piece for that reason I really appreciate that it is slimmer than the Anthro.
Telling them about this mirror However, it’s basically revealing Target’s best-kept secret, so you might want to buy it now before listening to it on TikTok. You have been warned!