After much consideration( mostly due to the $75.00 shipping), I purchased this mirror for my dining room. It is spectacular!!!!!!! Absolutely perfect quality and very easy to hang. I'm SO glad I have it!
Gilt Minimalist Mirror
$254.97 Save 15%! $299.00Item Number #W9051
This item has an additional $75.00 processing and delivery fee.
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- Works in any space
- Adds sophistication
- Lightweight so it's easy to hang
Simple doesn't have to mean boring, and our Gilt Minimalist Mirror is a shining example. The narrow, resin frame is hand-painted with an antiqued gold finish, giving just a hint of pizzazz and character. The beveled-edge glass adds sophistication to a minimalist design, and allows it to fit into any decor.
With a straightforward frame, beveled-edge mirror, and aged, hand-painted finish, our Gilt Minimalist can go anywhere you need a little reflection.
Ratings & Reviews
Most Helpful Reviews
Why does this mirror not come with better mounting?? It's very hard to hang, and it's very heavy. I would agree with the previous reviewer that it does not look expensive. On the fence about returning it. Frustrated.
The finish is not at all as pictured or described. This mirror actually has a copper type of finish- not antiqued gold. I was very disappointed after waiting for a while to receive the mirror.
The mirror looks as expected but very poorly constructed.It was extremely difficult to hang, the holes for the hooks were too high so when hung the hooks showed. The holes were also too close together so impossible to use a wire because of placement. It took perseverance and ingenuity to figure out a way to hang it. We ended up hanging the mirror on the soldered cross bar, using two wall hooks. Someone at Wisteria should take a look at the back of this mirror. It shouldn't be sold as is.
Thank you for your feedback. This is certainly something that we will look into. -Wisteria
Bought this mirror because I needed a lighter weight look but still wanted the scale of a 38 inch mirror. Rustic is okay but the 1 inch deep sides of the mirror frame have split from the front surface in 4 spots. In addition the hanging mechanism is not usable - a 38 inch mirror IS heavy. The hooks are only 8 inches apart and soldered to the frame 1 inch from the top. There is also no alternative way to attach screws with a wire anywhere because the frame is on top of the mirror only. Attaching anything would likely break the mirror. Even on sale with the heavy shipping costs it is over $300 for extremely poor quality.