Pottery Barn Mirror Hack

5 materials
$15
30 Minutes
Easy
Have you seen these mirrors? I love them and want one but holy cow! $299 and up for these and that is just not in my budget. I created a Pottery Barn mirror hack using Dollar Tree mirrors.

Here is the picture of the original at Pottery Barn. It goes for $299!
I ran to Dollar Tree and purchased 9 mirrors, and 2 pieces of black poster board. Total - $11
I laid out my mirrors on my table, mirror side down so I could work on gluing them together.
I started with a little E6000 gluing all the creases between the mirrors. After letting that dry I also glued over all of the creases with hot glue.
Once the hot glue was dry and cool, I added a piece of gaffers tape along each of the lines and in a giant "x" to add strength.
I cut my 2 pieces of black poster board so it would fit the back of the mirrors. I hot glued the poster board to the back of all the mirrors for extra strength and a solid back.
Here is what it looks like after I finished it. It can go vertical or horizontal.
I used 4 command strips to place it on the wall. You can find the kind of Command Hooks and how they work on my Hometalk tutorial here - http://www.hometalk.com/36771560/command-hook...

I love how it turned out!
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