Gray Mirrored Chest

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Well, hello! I’m back from quite a long hiatus from posting pictures of our house progress and my furniture transformations. Today I’m going to share a first for me…adding mirrors to furniture. It was super easy and while you have to have a piece with space in the panels, I’ll definitely be doing another. I didn’t take a before picture, but it was a basic white Lexington chest. I called around various mirror cutting shops and their prices ranged from $40 to $240 (that’s crazy.) Asking for a raw edge saved a lot of money as well.

I found these really pretty glass knobs on Sears.com. They were a bit of a splurge but they complete the chest. I epoxied them rather than having hardware holes drilled to save money. Lining the drawers with fabric mod podge added even more. I think it’d be a really cool bedside chest! This is for sale for AZ locals.

Last, if you are new here or are no longer receiving my posts in your inbox, my new site is not complete and missing a subscribe field that I need to add in, along with a few other fixes. (I paid for services that were never rendered, so be careful who you hire!) If you’ve worked with someone ethical and with whom you’ve had a good experience I would love to hear from you.

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