Full-length Mirrors in Singapore 

Growing up, the Evil Queen from Snow White taught us the phrase: “mirror, mirror on the wall”. While wall mirrors make for great home decor, full-length floor mirrors can serve as even better statement pieces. Plus, they come with the added benefit of being a convenient way to do a fit check. 

Strike a pose and slap on an aesthetic IG filter and you’ll also have a quick and easy D.I.Y OOTD shot worthy of the ‘gram. With this list of 10 places to buy full-length mirrors in Singapore, you’ll soon be the fairest of them all.

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1. SingaporeHomeFurniture

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SingaporeHomeFurniture is a local company selling a range of crafted pieces. Apart from mirrors, they also have a wide selection of furniture items from various styles. 

If you fancy vintage-esque decor, HAMAR (left) is the way to go. The gilded gold details on the top of the frame provide an avant-garde vibe that adds class to any room. This mirror will be a good companion for your most atas looking OOTDs. Plus, HAMAR is available in 4 different height options. 

Arches on mirrors make them feel more fancy and the ROROS (right) is no exception. It’s minimal thin frame means it can blend into any surroundings. The mirror comes with a bevy of customisation options including 3 colours, 5 widths and 4 heights. 

Price: Send an enquiry to SingaporeHomeFurniture on its website for a quotation
Shipping fee: Free
Contact: Call 8805 2130, email hello@singaporehomefurniture.com or fill up the enquiry form

2. Urban Mood

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Urban Mood has lots of different full-length mirrors in Singapore to choose from – a whopping 18 pages of results to be exact. 

A design worth noting is IMOGEN (left). This wall-mounted mirror has solid oak rims reminiscent of MUJI-style furniture. To elevate your OOTD shots, you can place aesthetic props like plants on the nifty side tray. Or, set your go-to skincare products on the tray for easy access during your daily routine. 

Equipped with LED strips, YABEL (right) will make bad room lighting a thing of the past. No longer will your mirror selfies in your most fly outfits be soured by poorly-lit surroundings. There is also an optional digital clock and thermometer function to do a quick temperature check to ensure you dress appropriately for the weather.  

Price: From $60 for full-length mirrors
Shipping fee: $50 (includes assembly)
Contact: Email hello@urbanmood.sg
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3. HipVan

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Those with experience furniture hunting in Singapore have probably heard of homegrown brand HipVan

Its Hub Floor Mirror (left) is a good mix of aesthetics, functionality and affordability, coming in at $299. Thanks to the contrast between the black frame and the wooden stand, the mirror easily fits into any modern interior. On its back, the stand is designed as a 4-rung ladder, ideal for hanging towels and coats discreetly. 

The Vala Floor Mirror (right) shares similar strengths. Like the Hub Floor Mirror, Vala’s stand doubles up as a rack to hang clothes and place items. If you’re concerned about the mirror taking up too much space, the stand can be folded up behind the frame. At $269, Vala is sleek, practical and reasonably priced. 

Price: From $59 for full-length mirrors
Shipping fee: $6.99 (with furniture item), $14.99 (without furniture item); free delivery for orders above $250
Contact: Call 6291 1725 or email wecare@hipvan.com
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4. Kulturë Home Decor 

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As the COVID-19 pandemic has suspended leisure air travel for over a year now, you might be missing Bali more than ever. Well, Kulturë Home Decor has your back. 

Go for the Agung (left), a mirror that will add some traditional charm if a typical modern look is too stale for your liking. Plus, the turquoise wash on its frame gives your daily OOTD a splash of quirky colour, guaranteed to get you those IG double taps. 

Cahaya (right), on the other hand, boasts an “antic wash” that produces a rustic off-white colour. You get the best of both worlds with this mirror. While the colourway can fit into any room, you still retain the antique detailing which makes the mirror unique on the top of the frame. 

All of the mirrors from Kulturë are hand-carved in Bali so you can be assured that each piece is one-of-a-kind and of top quality. 

Price: From $290 for full-length mirrors
Shipping fee: $45, free delivery for other items other than mirrors
Contact: Email shop@kulture.sg
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5. Island Living By Cocoon 

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Island Living by Cocoon specialises in furniture made out of rattan and teak wood, embodying a “fresh laid-back approach to your living environment”. 

With the Bahama Rattan Mirror (left), Island Living certainly lives up to its brand name. The rattan frame and criss-cross pattern connecting the rims make the mirror seem like it’s straight out of a luxury resort catalogue. Now that travel is restricted, might as well transform your room into a getaway destination. 

Constructed using recycled hardwood, the Reclaimed Teak Mirror (right) works great as a rustic piece of home decor. Each mirror’s frame is unique since the wood has its own distinct markings. Other sizing options are available so you can pick out the ideal dimensions for your room. 

Price: From $345 for full-length mirrors
Shipping fee: $7, free delivery for orders above $80
Showroom address: 5 Eunos Avenue 8A, #02-05, Singapore 409459
Opening hours: 11am to 4pm (Tuesdays to Fridays) | 11am to 5pm (Saturdays) | Closed on public holidays
Contact: Call 8028 2571 or email info@islandliving.sg
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6. Jiji.sg 

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Jiji.sg offers a large selection of furniture at affordable prices – a good alternative if your room is already full of Ikea designs. 

Think mirrors with storage, and you’d probably think of the medicine cabinets in bathrooms. With PRIVITA,you can apply that concept to full-length mirrors too. Behind the glass, the mirror boasts a hidden storage compartment, complete with hooks and slots for jewellery as well as drawers. Now, when you get ready in the morning, all you require can be in one place. 

Price: From $36.90 for full-length mirrors
Shipping fee: $2.90 to $7.90, free delivery for orders above $250
Showroom address: 55 Tuas Crescent, level 1, Singapore 638743 (showroom temporarily closed)
Opening hours: 10am to 5pm (Mondays to Fridays)
Contact: Email sales@jiji.sg or fill up the enquiry form
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7. Born in Colour 

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Born in Colour is a local furniture retailer that works to bring pieces directly from the factory into customers’ homes. 

The mirrors from its Fika (left) and Heim (right) series bear many similarities. Both have a folding stand with a rack on the side for added functionality. With the thin and minimalistic wooden frames, either mirror will be an obvious pick for a Scandinavian-style home. 

Interestingly, other pieces from the Fika series have been seen on the K-drama Hospital Playlist. You can check out their blog to find out what other K-dramas have featured their furniture. 

Price: From $289 for full-length mirrors
Shipping fee: From $6.90 (see their website for more information), free delivery on orders above $1000

Address: 201 Henderson Road, #07-11/12, Apex@Henderson, Singapore 159545
Opening hours: 11am to 7.30pm (Mondays to Fridays) | 11am to 6pm (Saturdays, Sundays and public holidays) | Closed on Tuesdays
Contact: Call 6988 3308 or fill up the enquiry form
Booking: Book an appointment via their website

Address: 1024 Yishun Industrial Park A, #02-31, Singapore 768763
Opening hours: 11am to 7.30pm (Mondays to Fridays) | 11am to 6pm (Saturdays, Sundays and public holidays)
Contact: Call 6257 2501 or fill up the enquiry form
Booking: Book an appointment via their website

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8. Picket & Rail

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To go the fancy route, opt for Picket & Rail’s Wall Decorative Mirror (left). Channeling antique decor vibes, the gold details on the top and bottom of the mirror will make it look like a column from Greek architecture.

If you want something rustic but aren’t a fan of gold, then AMERICANA (right), made completely out of solid almond wood is the way to go. Designed as if 4 wooden planks are bolted together, the mirror’s frame transforms to that of a painting. This way, your OOTDs can seem like a work of art. 

Price: From $399 for full-length mirrors
Shipping fee: Free, additional charges apply for extra floors
Contact: Visit its website for detailed contact information
Showroom address: 25 Tagore Lane, level 2, Singapore G Building, Singapore 787602
Opening hours: 10am to 9pm daily
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9. Singapore Trading Post


Singapore Trading Post is a brand built on a “shared love and passion for Singapore’s history” with items sourced from old trading routes like China and India. As such, their pieces might look like they’re a part of a heritage gallery. 

On brand with this philosophy is their Floor Mirror. Rocking a faded white finish that exudes vintage allure, the mirror will appeal to anyone looking to add a touch of colonial era aesthetic to their homes. 

Price: From $550 for floor mirrors
Shipping fee: $20, free delivery for orders above $100

Address: 315 Outram Road, #07-01, Tan Boon Liat Building, Singapore 169074
Opening hours: See list of opening hours here
Contact: Call 8891 9950

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Address: 426 Joo Chiat Road, Singapore 427644
Opening hours: See list of opening hours here
Contact: Call 8891 9950

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10. Rooma 

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Rooma is a wholesale furniture retailer and manufacturer in Singapore focusing mainly on rattan and wooden pieces. 

Unlike the other stores on this list, Rooma operates primarily as a traditional brick and mortar shop. However, it does have an active online presence. Take a scroll through their Instagram and you will get a good sense of the type of furniture stocked and the variety of styles available. Rooma even has a specific Instagram story highlight for full-length mirrors they have sold in Singapore.  

With over 31K followers on Instagram and a large range of mirrors sold, making the trip down to its showroom will probably be worth the time and loss of convenience. 

Address: 315 Outram Road, #12-04 and #13-01/02/06, Tan Boon Liat Building, Singapore 169074
Opening hours: 11am to 6.30pm (Mondays to Fridays), 12pm to 6.30pm (Saturdays and Sundays)
Contact: Email hazlee@rooma.com.sg
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These Places With Full-Length Mirrors In Singapore Will Perfect Your Selfie Game 

If it wasn’t clear by now, full-length mirrors are versatile home decor pieces that will not only spruce up your room but your IG feed too. Hopefully this list of places to cop full-length mirrors in Singapore will come to mind whenever you get that next interior design kick. 

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This article was first published on 2 June 2021 and last updated on 5 January 2024.

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