If you want to get this look in your home, you can - and you'll be done in no time. Promise. Gather up this stuff:
- Thrift store mirror
- Vinegar & Water Mix, + a Rag
- Hammer, small nails.
- Spray paint: Primer, Color of your choice.
- fabric remnants (if your mirror has a spot for it)
Up next we gave it a dusting and a little bath of 50/50 vinegar to water. Vinegar, is a cure-all, and it was going to cure the dirt & smells right out of this baby.
Time to Prime. This is so satisfying, if you get a good 2-in-1 primer you won't have to repeat your steps, and I - as a rule of thumb - like to get the primer that says it can stick on plastic. Yes, this is a WOOD mirror, but it's pretty glossy and I do NOT want chips and dings. Remember when you paint, multiple thin coats are better than one thick one.
I didn't do a clear coat since our green was high gloss, and this was rarely going to be touched. After
A quick, easy & satisfying project always gets me ramped up to tackle the bigger ones. What about you, done any rewarding makeovers lately? I wanna see 'em, and I wanna share 'em!
Have a great weekend, try to get outside if you can!
Next on the To-Do list: Getting to work on that Patio, let's break something.
Hey you, want to see more mirror posts? I've got plenty...