It's official, the most viral mirror on the internet is having another dedicated sale! Anthropologie's fan favorite Gleaming Primrose Mirror has been a hit since its launch in 2011 but really took off in 2014 with the launch of a 7ft scale option. From Instagram mirror selfies to TikTok, the vintage-inspired, handcrafted mirror has a cult following of design lovers obsessing over it. The piece adds a touch of romantic Parisian flair to any room and effectively gives the illusion of more space. The mirror was on sale for the first time ever on Anthropologie's website in November of this year, so it's imperative that you don't miss the sale this time around.
“The Gleaming Primrose Mirror was inspired by French Antique Gilt Mirrors seen throughout Paris," explains Louie Higaki, GMM of AnthroLiving. "The mirror is a style chameleon adding drama to any architectural aesthetic retaining her star of the show status within AnthroLiving.”
Currently, the mirror is available in various colors, sizes, and finishes, but the brass option is a total crowd-pleaser. The mirror itself is engaging as a conversation starter, whether it's the first piece to greet guests in our living room or making its grand debut on your social media accounts. According to Anthropologie, the Primrose Mirror is the top-viewed and top-demanded product on the home site!
Prices range from over $100 to just under $2,000 (depending on size). The 7ft Primrose Mirror is a true investment you won't regret, or you can opt for the more affordable Primrose vanity mirror. One customer shares, “I have been drooling over this mirror forever. It is even more beautiful in person. If you’re on the fence, do it. It is definitely a statement piece in any room.”
With a 91% recommendation rate and a 4.6 out of 5 rating, tastemakers, and intrigued shoppers can add the social-media famous mirror to their carts! For a limited time, Anthropologie is offering 30% off all Primose Products. Shop now while products last!
Medgina Saint-Elien is House Beautiful's associate shopping editor. She covers everything your home is missing. She writes about exciting new launches, hands-on product reviews, shopping guides for every corner of your space, and the "lightbulb" moments in every maker's story. The writer and poet champions the work of BIPOC entrepreneurs in the design and beauty industry. When she isn’t categorizing memes, she can be found looking at sneakers. Her work has been published in Byrdie, Snapchat, and more.
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