Wednesday, December 29, 2010

It's Finished! - PART 3

Finally decided on a frame for our little art project for above the living room sofa...here is our blueprint (ha).


Click here for the first few steps...PART 1

And here for the middle few steps...PART 2

And the finished product...





20 comments:

modern jane said...

That is beautiful!

Ashley said...

love it!

pk @ Room Remix said...

I had posted this bedroom a long time ago, too, and really loved the mirror headboard. LOVE the way you recreated it for your living room! I'm going to link to this in a post, if you don't mind.

Anne said...

That would be totally fine! Thanks for the compliment!

Denise said...

Fabulous job! I featured your project.

Denise
http://www.extremepersonalmeasures.com

Chyanne M. said...

I would like to applaud you for doing such a fabulous job on this mirror. Hard work pays off and you saved tons of $$$. That mirror would've cost you over $150.

Stephanie said...

Wow that looks so designer quality! Who would of thought you did it yourselves. Love how it all turned out and the way you thought of using that plain mirror as an art piece. So creative.

Ivonne Loving said...

Hi! Just dropping by to tell you I included this post in my weekly round-up. Thank you for always having great quality posts to choose from.

Anne said...

Thanks so much Ivonne! Appreciate your kind words!

Dulce said...

Looks great!!! What frame did you use for the border & what did you use to keep it up? Same elmer's tape? Awesome job!

Anonymous said...

Fantastic job. I might have to try something like this. Unfortunately, I don't have a spare, large mirror to use though.

Anne said...

Dulce - we used trim/molding that we found at Home Depot. It was already white and I think is a fairly standard design. It is the same type that is on our fireplace. We were just going to go with something plain, but thought that the little ridges would add a cute touch :) We actually put it up with 3M super sticky little squares (sticky on both sides). I don't know the exact name but you can probably find them in the tape section. They are the same type of things you would use to hang hooks on the wall or pictures without use nails. I hope that helps! Sorry for the long explanation! :)

Dulce said...

Great! Thank you so much & again, wonderful project!

Katie @ Newcomb Home said...

Your mirror looks great! We may have to 'borrow' your idea when we decorate our living room. Thanks for sharing!

Anne said...

Thanks, Katie! I would love to see it!!

Katie said...

Just wanted to let you know, I loved your mirror so much I featured it on my blog today. I hope that's OK!

Banu said...

Breathtaking..It looks like a lot of love went into this Anne.. I am so totally in love with your yellow area rug..I am looking for one in a similar color..Would you mind letting me know where it came from and how much it cost you ?!! Thanks !!

cheryl said...

only found you today - *waves hi* !!
love that someone has done this - have been thinking of doing the same - only in a cabinet door.
your posts have given me the courage to do it!!
thankyou for sharing this great project.
cheryl xox.

gina said...

That is beautiful! Did you use the mounting squares to adhere the frame to the mirror or the mirror to the wall?

ripoli said...

I Love your blog. Your creativity is a gift ;) with your permission I would love to copy your Diy Ballard mirror.

 
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