Two Takes on a Pottery Barn Knock Off Mirror

Tamara from Provident Home Design was inspired by the DIY savvy of her neighbor to create a Pottery Barn inspired tiled mirror. Tamara purchased an inexpensive pack of beveled edge mirror tiles from Target and then framed them to create a larger mirror for her hallway. You could also opt for a dressier look by […Read More]

Turn Small Mirrors into a Large Mirror

Small mirrors from the dollar store may not seem like much to get excited about, but when their powers combine… Michelle from Oh, Sweet Honey Iced Tea followed the tutorial from Dollar Store Crafts to turn nine small mirrors into a BIG statement-making multi-panel mirror. She says this is a beginner level project that only takes about 30 minutes to complete and costs less than $15. If you can operate a roll of duct tape, you can make this mirror!

diy multipanel mirror

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Antiqued Standing Mirror

Connie from Salvage Savvy was inspired by two big and beautiful antiqued mirrors she saw in House Beautiful magazine to make one of her own using square mirror tiles. Connie provides awesome step-by-step instructions to walk you through how to achieve that lovely antiqued look. Large mirrors can get pretty pricey, so the $70 Connie […Read More]