Mirror Restoration
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It had potential and that’s why I bought it….and because I’m a sucker for a good “before and after”.

The sticker said, “$15 Firm”, but the man at the thrift store gave it to me for $10. (I’m also a sucker for a good deal!)

After Buddy and I walked into the store and I swore I was “just going to look“, we walked out with a giant, gold, plastic-framed mirror that screamed 1992.

“I promise, this is going to look like it’s straight from Pottery Barn when I’m done with it!”

One afternoon, I gathered the necessary tools from my craft stash and got to work. So without further ado, here’s my lovely Pottery Barn-esque mirror that is now proudly perched on our mantel. Enjoy…

Let me start with my inspiration piece from Pottery Barn…Yes, it’s actually hand-carved wood, BUT it’s also $589 more than my find!

My thrift store find (Before):

First coat of paint, I didn’t realize how many nooks and crannies there were…

Drum roll pleaseeeee…. The AFTER

Happy Monday!

 

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8 Responses to Mirror Restoration

  1. Dot says:

    Gorgeous! I like it. I love getting something from nothing.

  2. Karen Kocik says:

    You did a great job! I love making new stuff out of old stuff!

  3. Wow, looks amazing! I swear spraypaint is like a miracle 🙂 Great job!

  4. Amy says:

    This is really cool! I think you did an excellent job on your Pottery Barn makeover!

  5. Ellen Paulson says:

    Wow! Nice job!!! I always appreciate people who can see something in the ‘rough’ and turn it into something so beautiful!!

  6. Tonia says:

    Oooo I love mirrors like that!! Not in gold of course but revamped to look like the one you have. Good Buy!

  7. Sheri Salatin says:

    Good eye, Jill. I probably would have just kept on walking. 🙂

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