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Farm Frameless Mirrors

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

from This Old House

50 Nifty Fix-Ups For Less than $100

Hang a mirror opposite a window to boost natural, reflected light in a room. The Victorians used this trick when dim gas-fueled fixtures and candles were the only supplementary lights.


Combine reclaimed wood with soapstone countertops. The combination of the sanded-down white paint on the reclaimed-wood base and the veins in the countertop tie the two pieces of this vanity together in a unique way. A long trough sink and a frameless mirror create a clean look.

from Lowe's

Decor Wonderland Vandam 23.6-In W X 31.5-In H Frameless Bathroom Mirro

Decor Wonderland Vandam 23.6-in W x 31.5-in H Frameless Bathroom Mirror with Hardware and Beveled Edges