Friday, September 14, 2012

DIY Glass Mirror!


Today I am saying that I can't believe I asked the associate at Habitat Restore if I could leave the glass shell and just take the chandelier ... because I am in love with my new mirror!

and in case you missed it, first I started with a drum shade chandelier for the guest room.


While David and I were taking apart the glass (yes it was welded in there), he started laying glass in a circle and I said, that could be an amazing mirror! We make a great team, if I do say so myself! 

A few hours and fixed mistakes later, we ended up with this! 



We moved the desk from the master bedroom into the guest room, and the coral dresser next to the closet 



I'll be back Monday to share how I did it! Hope you have a great weekend!

14 comments:

  1. WOW, that is seriously stunning! I must say...you're kind of a genius. What a creative way to use those old panes. Now I really, really want a mirror exactly like that! Can't wait to see your tutorial!

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  2. I am so in love with both of these projects! Great job!

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  3. OMG!! I just love this mirror.
    And you are right - you and David DO make a great team.

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  4. Incredible! I love the gold detail - seriously stunning! Your guests are so lucky :)

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  5. This is amazing! Love it!
    Leslie
    Houseontheway@gmail.com

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  6. Oh my goodness!!! This is divine!! I love love love it!!! Great job!!!

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  7. I love trash to treasure projects anyway and this is an especially spectacular one. Just stunningly gorgeous results. Looking forward to the how-to!

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  8. Stunning! There are 3 of that style fixture at a thrift store around the corner for less than $20, one is humongous. I'm eagerly awaiting your how-to's cause I might have to make 1, 2, or 3 myself. I'm certain you are single-handedly going to cause a run on this type of fixture at thrifts and resellers :) You and your husband do make a great idea & execution team.

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  9. This is soo brilliant. Who would've thought??? SO genius & I am utterly in love with this mirror. Great job! <3 Heidi Rew

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  10. I LOVE this mirror Sarah! That's such a great idea.

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  11. SO SO clever!!! I have been checking in everyday waiting to see the results. I LOVE it!

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  12. The light reno is fantastic, but I especially LOVE the mirror idea! I wouldn't have thought to reuse the glass like that in a million years. Go you!

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  13. That mirror looks amazing! I can't wait for you to share how you did it.

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Thank you so much for taking the time to share your thoughts! I love hearing what you think! :)

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