This antique mirror DIY will give your entryway an upscale look for less than $100!
DIY is a great way to get an expensive look on a budget. This project delivers exactly that! An ornate, antique-looking mirror could cost you $500, but not if you make it yourself. All you need is a thrift store mirror, your trusty glue gun, some wooden embellishments, and a can or two of spray paint.
Kristi Jansen and Kelli Mullins share how they made an old mirror look like it belongs in a high-end boutique. They share the extra little pieces to add to make this project even more intricate, and some pretty applications for this piece in your home.