Nautical Rope Mirror

Leah of Moss Eclectic had only one item on her must-have list for her son’s nursery – a rope mirror like the beauty she’d been admiring from Restoration Hardware. Since the $650 original would have totally blown the nursery budget out of the water, Leah instead turned the friendly-on-the-wallet IKEA for a round mirror. With […Read More]

Wall Mirror with Hidden Storage

I always love knock off projects from Corey at Sawdust 2 Stitches. She has an amazing eye for taking a design and making it even BETTER! Take this Pottery Barn inspired wall mirror for example. Corey took it to the next level by adding a hidden compartment for storing jewelry, keys, or anything else you […Read More]

Metal and Rope Wall Mirror

Wendy of Modern Day Moms shares how you can create a Restoration Hardware knock off rope and metal mirror for only $27. This project starts with an unlikely source – a baking pan! From there, it’s as simple as adhering a round mirror inside, adding hardware to the sides, and tying on the rope. Wendy […Read More]

Gilded Wood Bathroom Mirror

Tamara of Provident Home Design had inherited some Restoration Hardware catalogs from a friend about a year ago. Even though she knew it was out of her league pricewise, Tamara is always on the lookout for inspiration to get a “high-end look on a low-end budget.” A French Empire design mirror caught her attention, and […Read More]

Flower-Shaped Wood Mirror

Ashley from Bigger Than the Three of Us fell in love with a flower-shaped wood mirror from Anthropologie. It cost a whopping $400, but Ashley wasn’t discouraged because she knew she could make a similar one at her price point. This really is a surprisingly simple project. Ashley just created a paper template for her […Read More]

Scrolled Wall Mirror and Centerpiece

Beth from Sawdust & Embryos was inspired to create a gorgeous scrolled mirror using one of her favorite power tools – her scroll saw! Beth traced the design onto a piece of MDF and then cut it out with her handy dandy saw. A little paint and poly later, Beth attached the mirror and hung […Read More]

Make a Lace Trim Mirror with Only Hot Glue

Cheryl from Snaps of Ginger recreated a beautifully detailed mirror from Anthropologie using only three materials for a grand total of ten dollars! Cheryl started off with a mirrored candle plate from Hobby Lobby, added some metallic gold trim with hot glue, and VOILA! You could easily use this technique to make a larger, eye-catching piece or create several small mirrors with slightly different designs to cluster together. They are so easy why not make a few???

gold lace mirror

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Drab to Fab Mirror Makeover

Sharon from Lilikoi Joy had the idea to place long mirrors above her nightstands to mimic the look of windows. Unfortunately, the mirrors looked more like the cheap plastic door mirrors they were than the pretty windows Sharon had envisioned. Instead of tossing them to the curb, Sharon decided to give the mirrors a “Hollywood regency style glam makeover.” They certainly don’t look cheap or plastic now!

silver mirror

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