Tin Ceiling Mirror

January 26th, 2009 in member junk     
plumberdaughter plumberdaughter, member
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I thought I would be so smart and router the boards so that the mirror is encased in the frame. I placed the mirror into the wood and glued the frame together, It actually looked really nice. Until I tried to push the mirror to the front of the frame and busted a corner of the mirror on the bottom. At this point I had no way of getting the mirror out of the frame, if I would try to remove the mirror I would also have to wreck the frame to replace it with a new mirror. So on to plan B, my husband's suggestion of putting a shelf on the bottom to cover up the broken mirror. It actually does look good having the tin on the top and bottom.


Pattern or design used: My own design
posted in: member junk, metal, wood, bathroom, mirror

Comments (5)

alicemom writes: Great save & looks good too.
alice Posted: 7:32 pm on March 1st
SeaGlassLady writes: This is wonderful...and it demonstrates nicely that sometimes mistakes can lead to even better designs. I love this mirror...It would add sophisticated style to any room! Posted: 10:00 am on February 7th
MimiToria writes: Way to go Jerry. Husbands can come up with some pretty good ideas when push comes to shove. Way to work around a potential disaster like a broken mirror. I love ceiling tin for projects like these. Posted: 8:32 pm on January 27th
suewhitney writes: I love mirrors made from ceiling tin. I really like that you added a shelf to yours. Great job!

Be Well,
Sue Posted: 10:05 am on January 27th
junkermidge writes: How great is that?! It does seem that some of the best ideas come from trying to compensate for messups (in my case anyway). Way to stick with it and be a problem solver. It turned out beautifully. Tin and mirrors always look so great together. Good job!

Midge

Posted: 11:39 pm on January 26th
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