Courtesy of HGTV
A bad, boxy room gets new life with cool new architectural details.
Tools and Materials:
- laser level
- pneumatic nail gun
- table saw or chop saw
- measuring tape
- five 20"x20" polished mirrors
- crown molding
- wood glue
- glazing points
- Lay out mirrors on a flat surface where they will not be damaged. Measure dimensions around mirrors to determine how much molding you will need.
- Using the chop saw, cut molding to fit around the mirrors like a picture frame. With the table saw, cut a groove on the back of the frame for the mirror to sit in. The grooves should be the same depth as the thickness of the mirror.
- Nail and glue the frame of the mirror together. Once this has dried, attach the mirror to the frame with the glazing points.
- Determine where the mirrors will be hung along the wall and measure, making sure they are evenly spaced and level. Use a nail gun to secure the mirrors to the wall.
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