Cheval and Free Standing Mirrors
Short of wall space? Then we have the perfect answer. Why not choose a free-standing Cheval design mirror giving you the freedom to choose its vantage point. The beautiful designs come in all-glass, gold, silver, black or white frames, in rectangle or oval shapes, in various sizes and can literally be placed wherever you would like it thanks to its sturdy legs and support frame. Sure to bring light and the feeling of extra space to any corner of your home. Particularly suitable for bedrooms, dressing rooms or hallways.
- Horsley All Glass Modern Cheval Mirror 170 x 58 CMSpecial Price £139.99 Regular Price £159.98
- Horsley All Glass Modern Cheval Mirror 150 x 40 CMSpecial Price £115.00 Regular Price £124.99
Order Floor Standing Cheval Mirrors OnlineHaving a free-standing mirror is a great addition to any bedroom or dressing room as you can strike a pose whilst trying on new outfits! Alternatively, you can place many of Mirror Outlet’s free-standing mirrors in your garden to give the illusion of more space, and to create an interesting décor style. From Venetian to antique, choose a cheval mirror to suit you from our extensive collection.
Keep Browsing Free Standing Mirrors For SaleTo find out more about the range of free standing and cheval mirrors that Mirror Outlet sell, feel free to arrange a phone call with one of our expert advisers by contacting us online, or if you prefer speak to us directly on 01908 22 33 88. Haven't found the perfect piece yet? Mirror Outlet have plenty more free standing and cheval designs available, simply browse dress mirrors for sale.
What is a leaner mirror?
A leaner mirror simply leans against your wall, instead of hanging.
Can a leaner mirror be hung?
With the right hanging tools and equipment, a leaner mirror could be hung on a wall.
How do you hang a tilted mirror?
Mirrors generally come with clips or wire to make hanging them horizontally or vertically easy. Simply choose the place you would like it to hang, make a pencil mark on the wall for accurate positioning, and secure it using your preferred method. Ensure that the tools you are using are strong enough to hold your chosen mirror.
Why is a cheval mirror so called?
Cheval means “horse,” in French. The name originally comes from the four feet on the base of the mirror, which are known to resemble the feet of a horse.