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Say goodbye to balancing on tiptoes just to see your whole outfit – this floor mirror has you covered (and frees up wall space in the process!). Sporting a sleek, beveled edge and a wood frame in a satin black finish, this leaner brings clean, sharp-angled style to any room of the house. Living areas, bathrooms, master suites – you name it, no matter where this leaner lives it’s sure to bounce light and expand visual square footage. What’s more, wall-mounting hardware is included if you don’t wa
Simply styled and classically designed, it’s not hard to see yourself in this freestanding full length mirror. Made from solid hardwoods with rich brown veneers, the rectangular frame has finished back and a conveniently adjustable stand. To easily incorporate this charming design into your master bedroom ensemble, place a one-drawer nightstand on each side of an espresso-finished platform bed, then on the opposite wall, set this mirror beside a tall, clean-lined dresser for a cohesive aesthetic
DIY canvas photo tutorial: What you’ll need: - A canvas (start with a 5×5 size. The small sizes are much easier and more forgiving to start out on) - Gel Medium (I use Liquitex, but any brand will do) - A brush - Furniture Polish - A Xerox copy of your photo (remember it will be mirrored once it’s on the canvas) This is a more 'vintage' look then a regular photo canvas.
Corner shelf // brilliant use of space #furnituredesign #productdesign
I found the perfect 2 ¼” trim x ¼” trim at Lowes to disguise the gaps to perfection, plus the greater width gives the cabinets even more of a custom look. We also added crown molding to the top for a finishing touch. The vertical pine trim was easily attached with a nail gun then primed with Zinsser (I always use oil based primer on raw wood.) I used paintable caulk to fill in any gaps between the baseboard, crown, and bookcase edges. Two coats of paint unified the vertical trim, baseboard, and