My husband bought this mirror for me to restyle and I used it to teach my daughter how to paint, distress and wax. Now she’s anxious to get her hands on some other pieces (she’s like her mama) so this week we made a trip to the church rummage sale and picked up a few things for her to work on. I can’t wait to see how they turn out! It’s fun to have a partner in crime, so to speak.

This is a large, heavy, solid wood mirror with hanging hardware already installed. Painted in Annie Sloan’s Old White chalk paint, and hand waxed. Light distressing highlights a curvy design. Great for entry or bedroom or use it to replace a builder grade vanity mirror to make a big statement in the bathroom.
Approximately 20.5″w x 50″h
no longer available

I almost forgot to show you the before picture…. Those chairs in the reflection are waiting for a makeover too!


13 thoughts on “mirror, mirror

  1. ooohh, I love it. And I'm especially interested in your porch I see in the reflections. Old screen door? weathered shutters? creaky floors? I hope you'll give us a little tour sometime! I'm following.
    Thank you for linking up to “Cowgirl Up!”


  2. That mirror looks gorgeous in white. You really have to look at the bones of these things when you see them or else you might just miss a gem. It's nice to share DIY and crafting with our kids. My teen daughter [refers to make gifts for her friends, because we began at an early age making and altering things.


  3. What a nice job! I like the white look very much…so light and crisp looking!
    Thanks so much for joining me for Pearls and Lace Thursday!!
    Blessings, Doni


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