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Here’s another DIY that’s super easy to do. Turn your new or old night stand or any cabinet into a fantastic looking furniture using frameless mirrors! | DIY Mirrored Nightstand | See video and written instructions here:  http://gwyl.io/diy-mirrored-nightstand/
from Gwyl.io

DIY Mirrored Nightstand

Here’s another DIY that’s super easy to do. Turn your new or old night stand or any cabinet into a fantastic looking furniture using frameless mirrors! | DIY Mirrored Nightstand | See video and written instructions here: http://gwyl.io/diy-mirrored-nightstand/

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SOOO many questions about my mirrors... So here we go. I bought 3 cheap frameless mirrors from Home Depot, glued them to plywood and then trimmed them out... Then I stained them dark walnut. I wanted to lighten them up a bit so I used Rust-Oleum Chalked paint in linen white and went over the stained wood and then sanded them down a bunch. Fun weekend project! The entire tutorial is on our site... Just search dining room mirrors! ❤️ #shanty2chic #diy #diningroom

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from DesignPick

Well placed mirrors

Risultato della ricerca immagini di Google per http://www.houseandhome.ie/sites/default/files/styles/large/public/articleimages/03-07-12/96_000012626_9240_orh550w55.jpg

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from Decorator's Notebook blog

How to hang a display of vintage mirrors

frameless-mirror-wall-display. Also loving the soft grey and roll top bath with little shelf at the end

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from Subway Tile Outlet

Ice Gray Glass Subway Tile

'Ice' Glass subway tile in shower. I like the dark hue. Would like to maybe take it across to cover the entire wall where the sinks are. Floor to ceiling, one wall + shower/bath tile.

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from Better Homes and Gardens

Easy DIY Bathroom Projects

Rope-Wrapped Frame - Visually anchor a boring 20x24-inch mirror with an easy, nautical-inspired 32x36-inch frame. To make the frame, miter 1x4 pine boards and join with wood glue. Tape the ends of the rope to prevent raveling, then glue one taped end to the back of the frame. Wrap the rope around the frame several times, and secure the other end with glue. Hang the frame with a cleat to allow clearance for the rope

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