Floor Mirror


Large floor mirror. Made two from sliding mirrored closet doors. See more here http://homastyle.com/wp/2012/06/28/floor-mirror/
This one I did dark for the living room. http://homastyle.com/wp/2012/06/28/floor-mirror/
The other one! I did in creamy white for our master bath.
Favorite router bit...makes a bead along the edge.

Top Hometalk Projects

23 DIY Wall Clocks That'll Transform Your Whole Room
30 Unusual & Helpful Gardening Tips You'll Want To Know
31 Creative Garden Features Perfect For Summer
15 Things To Do With Scrap Material
21 Ways to Have More Polka Dots in Your Life
30 Brilliant Things You Can Make From Cheap Thrift Store Finds!
21 Totally Terrific Things You Can Do With Doilies
30 Fun Ways To Keep Your Home Organized
15 Amazing Ways To Get Your Patio All Ready For Summer
15 Affordable DIY Projects You Can Do Right Now!
15 Kitchen Updates Under $20
These Upcycling Ideas Will Blow You Away!
18 Adorable Container Garden Ideas To Copy This Spring
16 Ways to Showcase Your Herb Garden
30 Unusual & Helpful Gardening Tips You'll Want To Know
Country Design Style-Jeanette

Want more details about this and other DIY projects? Check out my blog post!

Go

Have a question about this project?

1 question
  • Linda
    on Sep 4, 2016

    What type of sliding door are used. I noticed both doors have mitered corners?

    • The sliding doors I used were mirrored door from closets. I removed the metal edges. Made two extremely large frames and added the mirrors to the frames.

Join the conversation

3 of 7 comments
  • Susan S
    on Jul 3, 2012

    WOW Jeanette - I just gotta say how rustically elegant & sophisticated and old worldly and totally awesome this turned out!! ;~) Having worked in design centers w/a lot of really high end lines of some of the best furniture ever, I can assure you something w/this look & size would easily have been upwards of $1000 +!! No kidding. Trust me, Pottery Barn's version - ON SALE - ain't got nuthin on you girl!!!

  • Tonya
    on Apr 27, 2015

    I wish I had a router and some nerve to use it. You really made simple mirrors look very expensive. Beautiful job.

    • @Tonya Thank you Tonya. I tell readers that woodworking project are like following a recipe. Step by step. Plus most power tools are just like some of those kitchen tools. Start slow and get comfortable with the tool. The router is my favorite tool. Jeanette

Your comment...