Knock-off Anthropologie Mirror

We love Anthropologie. They're genius on so many levels...displays, styling, product mix... We'd been pining over their Collected Memories Mirror collage we spotted last season - but knew we would have major post-traumatic purchase disorder if we pulled the trigger on THAT price tag. So.... we made our own!
Anthropolgie Collected Memories Mirror $698
Anthropolgie Collected Memories Mirror $698
First, we thrifted for interesting frames....
Ignore the artwork, it's a gorgeous frame!
Ignore the artwork, it's a gorgeous frame!
Then, we found a professional glass company to cut mirrors to fit our frames.
Let the Pros cut mirrors!
Let the Pros cut mirrors!
We inserted the mirrors into frames and secured them with small tack nails. Then, we arranged the mirrors to our liking and attached them to each other using flat brackets. We also added picture hangers.
At last, our Anthro Knock-off was finished...and she was completed with a price-tag of of less than $150.
Collected Home & Event Styling Version - $150
Collected Home & Event Styling Version - $150

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  • You should definitely make one, Cathy Kurpil!

  • Susan-Amber Springer
    on May 28, 2014

    I've been warned by Hubster about the various small to medium mirrors I've collected for my own personal "Hall of Mirrors," in essence, use 'em or lose 'em. Not that he'd toss them, but gotta keep him happy, right. Anyway, this is a marvelous idea that I can make work without losing any of my mirrors. Thank you!!

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