PVC Pipe Mirror

My new discovery 05.07.15
We had a ton of PVC pipe leftover from doing our yard, so I put it to good use and turned it into a great statement piece for our entry way. Just cutting and gluing is all it takes! Click here for the tutorial: http://www.thriftyandchic.com/2011/03/pvc-pi...

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  • Steve G
    Steve G Fort Collins, CO
    Cool idea. Those look neat.
  • House Crazy Sarah
    House Crazy Sarah Canon City, CO
    that's amazing! PVC pipe seems so... industiral? But you have made it look so delicate and feminine with these mirrors!
  • Joey B Samples
    Joey B Samples Vernon, TX
    very tacky!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
  • Diane B
    Diane B Dublin, GA
    a bit of work, but definitely worth it. Well done!
  • Linda H
    Linda H Washington, IA
    believe it or not, I have seen this done with toilet paper rolls, cut and spray painted. Nice.
  • Angel R
    Angel R Walled Lake, MI
    Not tacky at alll! what experience do u have decorating?? I wonder what your house looks like? say something nice or dont say anything..which reminds me,checked into any haircuts/stylists lately??
  • Angel R
    Angel R Walled Lake, MI
    Joey B!!
  • Peg Patricia
    Peg Patricia Vernon Center, NY
    You rock Angel R. It's not tacky at all. Never ask a man, they have no taste!!
  • Angel R
    Angel R Walled Lake, MI
    :D
  • Cathy Moseley
    Cathy Moseley Portland, OR
    This so cool. I work for a waterworks & irrigation supply house and would never have thought about using pvc in the way. Very imaginative. I give you an "A"
  • Terri J
    Terri J Annapolis, MD
    Great work of art made from products that were just laying around.
  • Barbara at DIY Home Staging Tips
    Not tacky unless you know what it's made from. Even then...it's very good looking.
  • Joanne
    Joanne Canada
    Love it!
  • Kcapies
    What did you cut the PVC pipes with and how did you get them all to be the same ?
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