Yeah, fall weather is finally here! I’m sure I’ve mentioned it before but this is my favorite season!!
This month I’m going to show you how to revamp an already revamped mirror!
I had bought this mirror years ago at Goodwill when we moved into our new house. I loved the style of it but it had a gold/bronze finished frame–not my thing. I originally painted it an off white and used in my hallway. A few years later, I dry brushed gray over it and moved it to my laundry room.
So here we are on round 3 for this mirror!! I always try to reuse my home decor before shopping to purchase something else. If I can find something that will work in another room, I have no problem repainting it to match where I want to use it.
So, when I refinished my dining room, I needed a mirror for the one wall. First thing to come to mind was this mirror! I hung it up, but it wasn’t the style that I was going for. This time paint alone was not going to do it. My first thought was my go to wood strips. I wanted the mirror to have a rustic look and I knew they would be perfect!
I attached the strips around the mirror with small screws.
I painted and stained everything to match. When everything was dry, I added corner brackets that I had already spray painted black. Once it was done–it was exactly what I wanted-And I didn’t even need to leave the house!! Perfect!
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Hi, I’m Amy. I love to repurpose, refinish and decorate with thrift store finds. Making something new out of something old is what inspires me! I’m a thrift shop addict who would like to share my DIY projects with you.