We all like a porthole mirror, nothing says coastal style in a bathroom or hallway than a suitabley nautical mirror. The porthole or scuttle makes a lovely nautical mirror with the glass replaced with mirror, so that it can be used to see your reflection.
Let’s take a look around the web and see where is the best place to buy one.
This chrome porthole mirror is from the high street shop Next, and is in their Nautical bathroom collection. It is a chrome mirror and has a diameter of 50cm. Next have a large collection of Nautical products.
Next also have a darker metal, Pewter, porthole mirror called the Hudson, in case you are looking for an alternative. The price for either is £90.
Budget homeware store Dunelm also have a version of the chrome bathroom port hole mirror. This one only has 2 stars from the reviews, which might be worth bearing in mind, but it is much cheaper than the Next mirror at only £25.
It is only 34cm in size.
This mirror is brass in colour, and is mid-priced in comparison to the others mentioned above, at only £44.99.
It is called the home loft concept porthole mirror. I am not sure which lofts have portholes, but it must be part of a series of homeware products that they have for sale in their shop.
The measurements are 20cmx20cm, so it is by far the smallest mirror we have looked at.
Other good places to look include eBay, the auction website. They have ones similar to the mirrors above, but also have authentic antique portholes from ships that have been turned into mirrors or windows. The prices of these vary depending upon their authenticity, style and size.
The sizes of the best ones that we have looked at vary quite a bit as do the prices. There are also a few smaller sellers who are advertising their’s online, so it may be worth a good search.