Pottery Barn Mirror Hack
Hi! I saw this Pottery Barn Mirror and fell in love, but the price was way out of my price range. So I decided to make one! :)
This is the original P.B. mirror I saw and fell in love with. It just made me happy to look at!
So let me just set the stage for this. It's 5 days before Thanksgiving, we're in the middle of painting the Kitchen and the Den and we're having 20 people for Thanksgiving dinner and many of them are staying over for the long Thanksgiving weekend. So we decide in all our infinite wisdom and lunacy to build a mirror! LOL, and this was right before I decided we needed a lighted cabinet too! Okay, so we might be a little nutty and suffer from A.D.D. but hey! you only live once right?
Now lets get back to this mirror. Math and I go together like rice and peanut butter, I know basic math, never used any other kind in all my life, so what I did was get my husband to do it for me! :D Smart right? Well, lets just say that that didn't work out as well as we thought. Nothing was true to size, the mirror although listed as 8" was really like 7 3/4", the molding wasn't truly 1/4" either. So I'm going to save you tons of time and tell you to cut your molding as you lay the mirrors in to see just how big the plywood will have to be when all the mirrors and moldings are placed. Mark them where they are and then you'll have no problem when it comes time to glue everything in place.
Here is all the molding cut and glued to the plywood and the mirror layed in (but not glued) so that everything stays where it belongs while it dries. We used liquid nails and it dried quickly. We waited about 3 hours before removing the mirrors to spray paint.
I wish I had better pictures but I get so involved with what I'm doing I almost always forget. Anyway, here you can get an idea of how it looked when sprayed. You'll notice it doesn't have to look neat, just make sure it's totally covered. While I waited for this to dry, I also sprayed the plastic star rosettes so that they would be ready to apply at the end. We let this all dry for 24 hours.
Once the whole thing was completely dry, I started applying the mirrors. The mirrors came with little pads on each corner, so if you decide to try this, make sure you remove these so the mirror sits flat. You can see I used Fuze*it Liquid nail for All Surfaces.
Once all the mirrors were glued down, I applied the plastic star rosettes with the liquid nail at the center of each molding where they meet at the corners, and left it sitting on my dining room table for the rest of the day as I went off to make pies and other make before Thanksgiving day dishes! It's now been a day and a half, the guests are coming in less than 24 hours and I was just laughing and cooking and thinking to myself that I was crazy! Don't be crazy, pick a nice couple of days where you have nothing better to do if you try this!
And here is the finished product hung up on the wall right above my little lighted cabinet. I'm in love with it, and although doing what I did was a bit looney toons, I'd do it all over again.
The best part of this, is that you can make the mirror any size you want, long and narrow, a smaller or larger square whatever you feel like doing. Hope you enjoyed this post with all it's nuttiness! Please let me know what you think, I'd love to here from you!
I'm back! People are asking about the price I said it cost me to make this, so I thought I'd clear a few things up. First thing you need to know about me is that I will search the world over to find the best quality at the lowest and best price I can! I'm not cheap, okay, maybe a little but sometimes I can't see myself paying what they're asking.
Now that you know that, here is a breakdown of what I spent, what I had on hand and I'll try to post the links here since I messed up the other ones and can't correct them!
I didn't get the mirrors from the link on this post, I thought I did, but went to look for the receipt and I got them at a place called QuickDecor.com and they were having a sale, perhaps because it was a Thanksgiving sale. I paid $35 including shipping. I had the plywood, and the trim I got from Home depot in there "damaged" box. I was going to cut it up to fit to size anyway so it wasn't a problem. I paid about $15. The liquid nails cost $6.98 and the rosettes cost $8.79 and the spray paint cost $5.88 x 2 which brings the total to $77.53, If I needed to buy the plywood 4x8ft at Lowe's it would have cost $17, which brings the total to $95. Oops, I was off by $5. When doing a project I always use whats on hand and search for the cheapest (in price not quality) priced items I need. I can't seem to pay full price because it's always, in my opinion over priced. Hope this clears up the cost!
Liquid Nail - Fuze it
Rosettes - I'm giving you a link to clear but cheaper then the ones I bought as they've gone up in price.
Mirrors 8" square and they were having a sale, so I got 40 for $35 including shipping. They're not on sale now so you'll have to look around for something cheaper. Sorry!
Hope this clears things up for everyone!
The $60 Round Brass Mirror That's Gaining a Cult Following Online
We're always on the hunt for the "unicorns" of home décor products—the ones with low prices to begin with and the ones that are seriously on sale. So when we heard of a "magic" Target mirror, we had to investigate. It all started on a little-known private Facebook décor group, where one member asked a simple question: Where can you find a large mirror at a reasonable price? The answers poured in—most of them recommended a few iterations of the trendiest style these days: the round brass mirror.
One product kept coming back in people's comments again and again: a $60 round brass mirror from Target. Owners of the mirror gushed about how great it was in person. Want to see what the hype is all about? We spotlighted what people are calling the "magic Target mirror," along with a few other noteworthy suggestions from the group of décor fans.
TargetRound Decorative 28" Wall Mirror$60Shop
This brass mirror from Target was the ultimate winner, with multiple people linking back to it. We have to admit the price is unbeatable.
IKEAStockholm 31" Wall Mirror$129Shop
For those who prefer a wood finish, this IKEA mirror is a solid option.
CB2Infinity 24" Round Brass Wall Mirror$149Shop
This small brass infinity mirror is a great alternative for smaller spaces.
UmbraHub 37" Wall Mirror$142Shop
The largest of all (but not the most expensive), this mirror will make the biggest impact on any room.
RejuvenationRound Metal 30" Framed Mirror$255Shop
This Rejuvenation option comes in four finishes, including aged brass, copper, oil-rubbed bronze, and polished nickel.
Creative Co-OpChain Hung 10" Round Mirror$22Shop
Ideal for tiny spaces and even tinier budgets, this 10-inch mirror will hang in the smallest of spaces.
Pottery BarnVintage 30" Round Mirror$299Shop
This Pottery Barn mirror has a vintage brass finish that adds patina to any space.
West ElmMetal Framed Oversized 48" Round Mirror$500$400Shop
Available in four finishes, this minimal mirror is large enough to make a big impact on any space.
MiraUmbra Shift 22" Mirror$85Shop
We love the half-frame on this number. It's a fun and unique spin on a very popular style.
This Chic Item Can Make Any Room Look Bigger
Best of PB #9: Large Multipanel Mantel Mirror
Amanda from A Creative Beginning needed a big ol’ mirror to cover a hole above her mantel.
Her Pottery Barn inspiration multiple panel mirror fit the bill, but Amanda could not find a tutorial that actually recreated its exact size. What’s a girl to do but create her own?
I’d say her mirror forms a pretty amazing focal point for the room! In fact Wall Mirrors in general are an excellent way to transform an entire room in a dramatic way.
This kind of mirror dissected with many individual panels provides such a unique and cozy look, wouldn’t you say?
Like any DIY project, it can either look daunting or doable. I definitely put this one in the doable category after I had a good look at the tutorial.
Check it out, and you’ll see why!
Amanda was inspired by the Eagan Multipanel Large Mirror from Pottery Barn.
You really could use any pattern you want, from traditional to contemporary. The mirror resembles any style of window you could imagine, really.
Head to A Creative Beginning to read Amanda’s great tutorial on this special mirror.
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after our loved ones cross over, they are very anxious to let us know they are okay and are aware of what is going on in our lives. if we are not able to feel them around us, they will often give us signs that we cannot ignore. the person who is given the sign usually knows he or she is receiving a message from the other side. i always tell my clients that they do not have to look for signs – the signs will come to them.
the signs our loved ones give us most often are:
1) they come through as an animal. our loved ones are able to use their energy to go inside of an animal, such as a butterfly, ladybug, bird, or dragonfly – for a brief period of time. the animal does something it usually would not do, such as land on us, peck at our window, scream at us, etc.
does this remind you of someone?
2) they place common objects such as feathers, coins, or rocks in our path. our loved ones like to place things over and over again in our path that were significant to them. i have had clients come to me who have had jars filled with feathers, coins, and objects they have found in the most unusual places.
after my grandma died, we found dimes all the time. it was a symbol of the 10 people in our family.
3) they give off fragrances. we can often tell our deceased loved ones are around us when we smell their perfume, flowers, cigar or cigarette smoke, or any other familiar smell they had. there is usually no logical explanation of why the smell is there.
4) they make songs come on at the perfect time. we know they are around when their favorite songs come on at the right time with the exact words we need to hear. often the same song is played in many different places.
5) they come to us in dreams. one of the easiest ways for them to come through to us is in our dreams. all we need to do is to ask them to come, and they will. however, we should ask them to wake us up after they come, or else we will not remember the dream. a dream that is a true visitation will be very peaceful and we will know it is truly our loved one. we will remember this type of dream in detail many years later. (on the other hand, a subconscious dream may be frightening or feel bad. this type of dream is not your loved one.)
who was in your dream?
6) they show us the same numbers over and over. they loved to give us numbers that are relevant to them or you, such as birthdates, anniversaries – or repeating numbers, such as 1111, 2222, 3333, etc. these numbers may appear on clocks, billboards, or any other familiar place.
7) they allow us to feel peaceful for no reason . when our loved ones are in the room, they usually make us feel so loved and at peace. it usually happens at the most unsuspecting time, so there is no logical explanation for our sudden bliss.
8) they place thoughts in our head. because they in spirit form, our loved ones don’t have an audible voice. therefore, they give us messages telepathically. pay attention to thoughts that just “pop” into your head. we can tell the difference between our thoughts and theirs by backtracking our thoughts. if you can find the thought that triggered the thought of your loved one, it is probably your thought. if something your loved one would say just pops in your head for no reason, it is probably him or her speaking directly to you!
9) they love to play with electricity. they turn electricity on and off. they like to flicker lights, turn the television and radio on and off, and make appliances beep for no apparent reason.
10) they make buzzing noises in our ears. because our loved ones speak to us on a different, higher frequency, we may hear ringing in our ears when they are trying to get our attention. this is a sign telling you to listen to what they are saying.
the list can go on and on, but these are the most common ways they let us know they are around. if you haven’t received any of these signs, simply ask your loved ones to come to you to let you know they are okay. tell them to come to you in a dream and to wake you up after the dream.. the more you are aware of the messages they are giving you, the more they will continue to allow you to know they are present. be patient and persistent, and i promise that they will give you the signs you have always wanted. they really are okay and want you to be too!
karen noe is a psychic medium, the author of “the rainbow follows the storm – how to obtain inner peace by connecting with angels and deceased loved ones,” “through the eyes of another: a medium’s guide to creating heaven on earth…,” and is the founder of the angel quest center in ramsey, nj. learn more at http://www.throughtheeyesofanother.com.
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