Vogue Williams' wavy mirror is the epitome of luxe playfulness – and we've found the perfect high-street alternative

Mirrors are more than just a looking glass

Vogue Williams
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Vogue Williams has never shied away from expressing a fond interest in all things interiors, so it comes as no surprise that she's a proud owner of one (if not the) most gorgeous pink wavy mirror we've had the privilege to lay our eyes on.

The Irish presenter and podcaster frequently takes to Instagram to share outfit inspo. Seeing as she never fails to nail the latest in fashion, all the more she ensures to make strides in what's new for home decor trends, too.

The organic-shaped mirror trend is one that continued to sweep our social media feeds throughout 2023, and thankfully, it's not going anywhere anytime soon. In fact, the curvy mirror motif is seeing upgrades in more ways than one, with designs becoming more playful by the minute – and Vogue's wavy mirror ticks the boxes as a force to be reckoned with.

We know, she's a beauty. Although some of us may consider mirrors more practical pieces than anything, Dayna Isom Johnson, Etsy's trend expert assures us that mirrors do more than just function as looking glass.

'Mirrors are a great way to create the illusion of space and light, however, they can also be decorative pieces themselves,' she begins. 'Irregular-shaped mirrors continue to gain popularity as we see shoppers opting to break up the ordinary symmetry and sharpness of a space with wavy lines and unusual shapes.'

Seeing the growing 'organic shapes interior trend' championed by Gen Z only growing further into homeowners' favour likely plays a huge role in this rising trend of curves and waves, too.

Pink and White Neon Acrylic Wave Mirror

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Head shot of Dayna Isom Johnson
Dayna Isom Johnson

Dayna Isom Johnson is the trend expert for Etsy and a judge on the NBC primetime series 'Making It'. As part of her role at Etsy, Dayna is responsible for keeping her finger on the pulse of the hottest trends on the market. She is in constant pursuit of new and unique finds on Etsy in an effort to unearth the latest and greatest designs, up-and-coming Etsy shops, and sellers with exciting stories.

As for wavy mirrors specifically, Dayna explains, 'Wavy mirrors are a simple way to create the illusion of space whilst also bringing visual interest to the room with an added element of playfulness – the triple threat of mirrors!'

Needless to say, it's a bedroom mirror idea we wish we could emulate in our homes. However, there's a high chance that Vogue Williams' exact wavy mirror stretches a tad far above our budget.

Luckily, we've tracked down a stunning alternative from The Range that we equally can't get enough of. The Pink and White Neron Acrylic Wave Mirror is currently available to pre-order right now and has already caused a stir on social media.

Better yet, picking up this pink neon wavy mirror from The Range is all the more fitting considering the brand is wholly responsible for the recent surge in interest in wavy mirrors. Especially following the release of their sellout Gia Wavy Mirror which flew off the shelves following viral social media posts spotlighting it earlier this year.

Unfortunately, this particular bargain mirror is still out of stock. However, if you're keen on the look of a more toned-down wavy mirror as a hallway mirror idea as opposed to Vogue Williams' bold choice, here are some of our favourite alternatives to consider.

Shop the wavy mirror trend

We love the pared-back takes for a more laidback scheme in need of an interesting design element. But for us, dare we say there's nothing quite as unforgettable as Vogue Williams' pink neon wavy mirror.

At least we know how to get the look for less, regardless if we're going subdued or statement.

Jullia Joson
Junior Writer

Jullia Joson is a Junior Writer at Ideal Home. She's always loved all things homes and interiors, graduating with a bachelor's degree in Architectural Studies from the University of Nottingham where her love for journalism blossomed following her internship at ArchDaily. Now focused on home tech, Jullia works on writing features and explainers to help people make the most of their home appliance investments. When she isn't writing, she loves exploring the city, coffee shop hopping, and losing hours to a cosy game.