How to Avoid Seven Years of Bad Luck (Mirror Repair!)

“We haven’t had a move yet where we didn’t lose numerous items that were broken beyond repair during the move,” says Courtney at A Diamond in the Stuff.  In her most recent move, one of the casualties was this full length mirror.  Luckily, the glass didin’t break, just the cheap, plastic frame around it.

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Instead of throwing this mirror out, Courtney decided to give it a second chance.  She had some 1×6 boards in the garage, leftover from another project.  They were just a little longer than the mirror, so she nailed them together and stained them to a dark ebony.  Courtney replaced the broken plastic frame around the with new wood trim, which she painted white.  The mirror is now attached to the stained boards, for a beautiful layered look.

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Visit A Diamond in the Stuff to get more details on this revitalized mirror makeover.

Comments

  1. Amy Jo says:

    I love this!!!! What a great idea! It looks so much nicer than the plastic framed mirror it started out as.

  2. Nikki F. says:

    Awesome upcycle!

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