We are reworking our important rest room and we have been on the hunt for the suitable set of mirrors. After looking at (it looks as if) loads of mirrors on line, we narrowed it right down to a couple of present day, tall, rectangular mirrors. And then we took a journey to our nearby Habitat Restore. We weren’t seeking out mirrors, but we determined a pair of mirrors that were $five every, however it became a big sale day so they have been 50% off! We were given matching mirrors for a complete of $5! I knew that I would need to replace them a bit however for such a notable fee, I couldn’t skip it up.
Here are the mirrors of their authentic state. The frame become a darkish wood and there was a lighter brown color in a weaved pattern on one give up of the replicate.
Here is a near up of what the weaved pattern gave the look of. I do not clearly like this look, so I knew I was going to do some thing to cowl it up. But the first issue I had to do changed into easy the whole lot. I grabbed a few purifier and gave each mirrors a very good scrubbing.
I taped off the reflect and commenced portray. Each mirror got 3 coats of paint. (Luckily, I had three exclusive sunglasses of white in my leftover-paint-deliver so I didn’t have to buy anymore paint.) It probable could’ve been proper after two coats, but I wanted to offer it a bit greater insurance, to make certain a strong look.
I cut a few scrap pieces of wood to in shape over the weaved segment of the mirrors. On the returned of these portions, I tested a handful of various colors(leftover paints and stains I had from preceding projects) to see what we might like excellent in opposition to the white of the replicate and the mild gray of the partitions.
Once I determined what color to apply, I sanded and painted every piece of plywood. I used liquid nails to adhere the wooden over the weaved a part of the mirror body. Liquid nails within reason cheaper and this is the forth task I’ve used it on, so it is been a exceptional deal in case you need a sturdy adhesive.
Before and After
Here are the mirrors in their new domestic.
While I turned into running on them, I saved imaging that the grey accessory might be at the pinnacle of the body. My husband likes it at the lowest. Let me understand what you believe you studied – ought to the grey accessory be on the pinnacle of the reflect or the bottom?
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