3.7 2014

Gray Mirrored Chest

mirrored chest 3

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.

mirrored chest

mirrored chest knobs

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. mirrored chest 3

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