When you are decorating your nautical home, finding accents, artwork, and mirrors for the wall can be difficult because you have so many options. You can choose from themes related to ships, anchors, portholes, the sea, crabs, lifesavers, lighthouses, and more. We decided here at Beachfront Decor that we would provide you with some of our favorite nautical mirrors.
You can put most of these mirrors in any room of the house, which is why we like them so much. Most nautical mirrors are related to porthole windows, which are the windows you would look out of on a ship. Other mirrors use rope to give more of a handmade look throughout your home. You can also choose to incorporate driftwood and rope together.
Whether you wanted to give your bathroom, living room, or bedroom a nautical feel, we have the perfect mirrors for your wall.
Nautical mirrors are extremely popular for bathrooms and there’s a huge variety for you to choose from. Whether you want a vintage porthole mirror or a large round rope hanging option, we have it for you below.
Nautical Bathroom Mirrors
Round Nautical Mirrors
Nautical Porthole Mirrors
Nautical Rope Mirrors
Buying a New Mirror
When you are looking for a new mirror, there are a lot of different things you need to keep in mind. Size is important, style is vital, and color can be a huge factor as well, so you need to do your research before purchasing.
There are accent, bathroom, vanity, full length, makeup, shaving, and more mirror sets. Most of them come with frames but if it doesn’t you can always add one.
We carry every shape like circle, oval, rectangle, square, irregular, hexagonal and more. The key with shape is to fit it perfectly on the wall.
Color & Finish
You can choose from a variety of colors and finishes like white, black, brown, silver, gold, nickel, bronze, chrome, aluminum, and more. There are also mirrors in different colors like blue, yellow, green, brown, black, white, beige, and more.
When you are looking at the price of nautical mirrors, just know you get what you pay for. More expensive mirrors are usually larger and made with much better material while cheaper mirrors will be smaller and more fragile.
Mirror Frame Material
Some of the popular frame materials include wood, resin, metal, glass, plastic, and more. Nautical mirrors come in wood and different metal materials.
More Nautical Mirrors
We absolutely love mirrors and our goal here is to give you variety. We decided to list an additional 18 nautical mirrors that you will absolutely love in your coastal home.
1. White Wooden Porthole Mirror
If you’re looking for a nautical touch to add to your home, try this white wooden porthole mirror. It measures 24″ in diameter and the mirror measures 17″ in diameter. This mirror would fit well in a bathroom or in a hallway.
2. Wooden Nautical Porthole Mirror
If you have a wooden theme throughout your home, this wooden nautical porthole mirror would be the perfect fit. The entire porthole measures 17″ in diameter and the mirror measures 12″ in diameter.
3. Silver Portside Wall Mirror
For a different looking porthole mirror, try this silver portside nautical wall mirror with a weathered silver finish. The mirror measures 16″ in diameter.
4. Iron Porthole Mirror
Get this Iron Porthole Mirror, which is made completely of iron and has a brown finish. The porthole is 11″ in diameter and the mirror is 7″ in diameter.
5. Dark Grey Aluminum Porthole Mirror
Get this Dark Grey Aluminum Porthole mirror for your nautical home. The porthole measures 11″ in diameter and the mirror is 7″ in diameter.
6. Ship Wheel Nautical Mirror
Nothing says nautical quite like a wooden ship wheel. This is a circle mirror built right into what looks like a wheel from an old ship. The wheel measures 29″ wide and 29″ high. You can add this mirror to pretty much any room in your house.
7. Porthole Antique Mirror
This mirror is made of Iron and it has an antique finish. The porthole is 9″ in diameter and the mirror is 5.5″ in diameter. I would recommend a small mirror like this one would fit well in a bathroom.
8. Porthole Aluminum Mirror
The shiny Aluminum porthole mirror would go great in your home. The porthole is on the larger size at 17″ in diameter. You can use this piece as a mirror or replace it with glass and make it see-through.
9. Row Boat With Net Nautical Mirror
Perfect for a child’s room, this nautical themed mirror is a little different. This mirror has a backdrop made of wood and a hanging net.
10. Gold Nautical Ship Porthole Mirror
This Gold porthole mirror looks like it is right off the boat. It has a nice gold and brown finish. The diameter is only 11.5″ so this mirror is on the smaller side.
11. Rope to Rusted Metal Mirror
The next mirror is a rope that connects to rusted metal. One of the best aspects is this piece actually comes with the knob at the top. The entire mirror to the rope measures 20.5″ in width and 38.5″ in height.
12. Blue and White Shipwheel Mirror
This is the second shipwheel mirror on the list, but it is blue and white instead of brown. It also includes a small net in the bottom left corner. The mirror with the knobs measure 24″ by 24″.
Nautical Mirror Pinterest Pin
I hope you can find a nautical mirror on this list that will fit your home. There are a variety of styles related to portholes and rope. Stay tuned, I might follow-up with a DIY nautical mirror blog article but I’d have to finish several projects before that is posted.
Thank you for taking the time to read this today and to browse Beachfront Decor – We hope you found a new mirror for your beach home or at least some decorating ideas. Our goal is to connect you with great products and to help you feel inspired to try something new!