Furniture Finishing Finesse
Have more imagination than cash? Simple treatments for unfinished and vintage furniture prove that some beauty really is skin-deep.
Create the allure of an antique mirror without the cost.
Next time you wander through an antiques store, check the prices on old mirrors. You'll probably find that they are very expensive. If you look closely, you will also notice that many of the larger mirrors contain two or more pieces of glass. That's because when these mirrors were made, technology limited their size. If you wanted a larger one, you had to use more than one piece of glass.
This project shows you how to create a classic, antique-looking mirror, and best of all, you can do it for a fraction of the cost you might expect to pay at a salvage shop.
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