The Steen StyleLaura at The Steen Style glammed up a ho-hum dresser into a Hollywood Regency-style nightstand by covering the top, sides and drawer fronts with mirrored panels cut at the glass shop. Chrome spray paint camouflages the edges, while glass knobs add extra bling.
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Lilikoi JoySharon of Lilikoi Joy upcycled two inexpensive plastic-framed door mirrors from a big-box home store into faux windows that flank either side of her bed and reflect light around the room. Silver spray-painted MDF trimmed with door moldings expand the mirrors’ frames, while wooden dowels create X-shaped “mullions” for realistic architectural detail.
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Antiqued Standing Mirror
Salvage SavvyConnie at Salvage Savvy filled a big, blank wall in her redecorated master bedroom with an oversized antique-looking mirror she made for just $70. She distressed 18 12-inch-square mirrors with paint thinner and muriatic acid, then glued them to a large piece of MDF.
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Honey We’re HomeMegan at Honey We’re Home lightened up a dark, chunky round side table by adding a beveled mirror top and giving it an ombre paint job. The mirrored top perfectly reflects light onto the hammered metal vase
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Vinyl Silhouette Mirrors
Charming ZebraMiss Charming at Charming Zebra turned a collection of mirrors into one-of-a-kind family portraits by spray painting the frames—white for the girls and red for the boys—and affixing black vinyl silhouettes to their centers.
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Mirror-Backed Kitchen Cabinets
The Lettered CottageLayla from The Lettered Cottage used mirrors on the backs of her doorless cabinets to bounce more light around her almost-windowless kitchen. Her local picture-framing store cut the mirrors to size, and she attached them to the cabinet backs with Velcro strips.
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Geometric Mirror Display
Paper RachelRachel at Paper Rachel used five boxes of Ikea’s Honefoss mirrors to create this striking focal point above her sofa. The hexagon-shaped mirrors come in packs of 10 and are split evenly in two shades of brown.
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Wall of Mirrors
Not So Shabby Chic
Janae of Not So Shabby Chic thrifted dozens of mirrors to fill the walls surrounding the staircase in her home. Painting the frames in the same neutral color ties the various shapes and sizes together.
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