Monday, February 8, 2010

Old mirror

This was an easy fix for a boring mirror that I already had. I just widened the original frame with 1" x 3" pieces of wood and used a brad nailer to attach some ceiling tin I found on craigslist. I've seen mirrors like it at antique stores but could never find one for less than $600. Total cost for this project was $25.00 (for the tin and wood).



  1. What an amazing idea! I wish I'd thought of it.

  2. Good job.. Love the mirror wish I could do stuff like that.

  3. Ladies, this was a wonderful project. I featured it on my Boardwalk Blotter. You can see it at:

    I used your "after" picture with direct links back to you for all the instructions.

    Feel free to grab a "featured" button. You deserve it.