Woven Wall Mirror

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Angie from The Country Chic Cottage shows how easy it is to turn a plate charger into a stylish mirror with just a couple of simple steps. It literally was as elementary as gluing a round mirror to the thrifted charger and then adding a ribbon to the back for hanging. All in all, it cost Angie $1 and less than 15 minutes to make her woven mirror!

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Nautical Rope Mirror

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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 some eye hooks and thick rope, Leah created this awesome replica!

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Nautical Porthole Mirror

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Susan from Homeroad says, “Nothing gives me quite the thrill as looking over a new catalog and finding something  I like… Nothing that is, except realizing that I have all the pieces and can make it myself!” So was the story of this nautical mirror that Susan created. I would be pretty psyched too if I were Susan since it’s not like everyone has a weathered nautical piece sitting around. It just goes to show that you never know when those odds and ends from thrift stores and flea markets will come in handy! {wink}

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Round Rope Mirror

Inspired Style Girl Jessica loves anything nautical, especially home décor that involves rope. After seeing many rope mirrors in catalogs and online, Jessica knew she could recreate something similar for little to no cost. She did just that by hot gluing sisal around a wooden spool top and then adhering a beveled round mirror to [...Read More]

Leather and Rope Mirror

Suzanne from Meridian Road was inspired by two designer mirrors to refab an old factory mirror. Suzanne’s hybrid version combines elements from both of her inspiration pieces – rope and leather. I love Suzanne’s idea to repurpose two old belts for the leather hanging strap. Suzanne’s mirror only cost her about $6 to create while [...Read More]

“Metal” Sunburst Mirror

Kim from RePOSHture was inspired to create this awesome sunburst mirror that appears to have curled metal bands for sunbeams. Would you believe they’re really masking tape?!? That’s right! Using floral wire between two strips of tape, Kim was able to make this beauty for only $12 and 3 hours of time! Kim was inspired [...Read More]

Round Rope Mirror

After a full year with no mirror in her half bathroom, Catherine from Stone and Rose decided it was time to fix that situation. She got a round mirror from Ikea but still felt it was missing a little something special. Nothing an old, rusty hook and some rope couldn’t fix! It’s amazing how just [...Read More]

Decorative Sunburst Mirror

Kim from Sand & Sisal created her own sunburst mirror that replicates the look of hand cut natural bone. This was definitely not a simple project, as Kim gives the disclaimer that it required a lot of time and patience, but the results are pretty fabulous! Kim’s “bones” are actually pieces of transparency that have [...Read More]