Among the most important pieces of décor in the home? A large floor mirror. Also known as a full length mirror, these long, rectangular mirrors measure between 36-48 inches in length. While it’s common to hang a full length mirror on the back of a door, choosing an antique full length mirror or vintage full length mirror can mean owning a piece that’s worthy of being shown off. For a beautiful vintage or antique floor mirror that demands to be seen, choice hanging spots can include the end of a hallway, or opposite a bed in a room. Large floor mirrors can be either hung directly to the wall like art, or they can be leaned against a wall for a casual, romantic look. To negate the need for a complex hanging job, select a standing full length mirror. Rather than a standard floor mirror which requires hardware to be hung, free standing full length mirrors feature an easel back or legs, which allows them to float in a room. The easel portion is often an opportunity for designers to incorporate statement-making style into a mirror. It’s common to find easels with Mid-Century or Art Deco styling.