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mirror tile wall mirror

Posted by suzeque (My Page) on
Sun, Jul 13, 08 at 13:09

I want to make a large wall mirror using nine or twelve 12"x12" beveled mirror tiles. I am not sure what backing to use. I will use mirror mastic to adhere it and hang it using a french cleat. I would also like to frame it with something simple, just so the edges don't show. Any help would be greatly appreciated.


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Like this?
I used double stick tape tabs in the corners, covered the interior seams with screen molding and the framed it with fluted molding.
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Love the mirror, the beautiful plates and the blue switch plate cover!


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So, dian57, you just put the mirrors directly on the wall? It's beautiful, but I want to be able to move the mirror when I need to, that is if I can find a weight-lifter who needs extra work..LOL, Suzeque


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Yes, mine is applied directly to the wall. Didn't realize you were looking to make something portable. How about attaching with liquid nails to a piece of luan?


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