Furniture & mirrors for your rented flat
Interior Design

Furniture for your rented flat

Living in a rented flat can be frustrating; you want to make it homely, but are limited as you may not be able to paint the walls or hang the pictures and mirrors you like. At Hidden Mill we have a gorgeous selection of mirrors which don’t need hanging, so you can customise your space without getting in trouble with your landlord. We also stock a beautiful range of ornate furniture which will add a touch of glamour to your rented space. Here are our top pieces for a rented home.

Display your Art

Can’t hang art on your wall? We have the perfect solution….an easel!

We have two beautiful easels in a Victorian or French style. These are a fantastic way to display your favourite piece of art without drilling holes.

Overmantle Mirror

An overmantle mirror can work leant on a sideboard, so again you can avoid drilling into the walls. Our gold overmantle mirror would look fab leant against a chest or sideboard in your living room or dining room.

Dressing Table Mirrors

For mirrors in your bedroom the obvious choice is a dressing table. You could buy a dressing table set which already includes the mirror for a perfect matching look. Like our colonial dressing table. Or if you already have a favourite chest or table in your bedroom, you could place a threefold vintage style dressing table mirror on it.

Cheval Mirror

A cheval mirror is ideal for a rented flat. They are light, easy to move around and require no fixing or hanging.

Our carved cheval mirror will be perfect in your bedroom or dressing room and is available in the colour of your choice.


To create an interesting look in your rented flat add some quirky pieces of furniture. At Hidden Mill we have a selection of ornate and decorative furniture pieces which will liven up your space. How about this black and silver statement chair in your living room?

Alternatively if you want to add a splash of colour choose a painted chest. It’s fun and comes with extra storage for a bonus!

How have you decorated your rented flat?

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