DIY free standing mirror frame

Today I have a lot going on here, but I am just pushing even more content and hopefully inspiration onto you. I am over at Homedit today sharing this DIY free standing mirror frame tutorial. It turned out so nice. I was nervous how the two tones of dark wood and white trim piece would work. But I think it added just what I was hoping for. Softening up the rustic look and creating a more contemporary rustic. The plan was to have this be in my room. But, it is currently sitting in my dining room on top of my buffet table. I move things around a lot. Go check this out, the steps were simple and I of course have lots of pictures to help along the process.

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  1. Emily Holland says: Reply

    This is beautiful! I saw the picture on Instagram and assumed you were just sharing thetable decorations. I had not idea this was made. You are so talented.

    1. Thank you! It is much more cost effective to make this them buy it. I am all about saving money!

  2. This came out great, Emily! Can never have too many mirrors around the home 🙂

    1. Thank you, this was my first mirror frame and I am hooked. I have my eye on my kid's bathroom mirror now.

  3. Laurie says: Reply

    Like how this turned out! Great job!

    1. Thank you, I was nervouse about the white and dark wood stain. I am happy with it.

  4. This is gorgeous, Emily!

    1. Thank you Amy!

  5. This looks great, Emily! One can never have enough mirrors in the house – they add such dimension to a room. Pinned and tweeted!

    1. Thank you Sarah for the support!

  6. This is gorgeous! I love the mirror accent. Pinning and sharing. Thanks for sharing at Totally Terrific Tuesday! I can't wait to see what you have to share this week.


    1. Thank you so much! I will be linking up again.

  7. Ooooooo I love it!!!!! Looks so good in the dining room! But it would look great anywhere 🙂

    1. Thank you! It has moved around a lot already.

  8. Love that mirror!!!!

    1. Thank you!

  9. This is gorgeous!

    1. Thank you so much!

  10. MrsTee says: Reply

    I don't think I would have ever thought to put that mirror on a table… great look!

    1. I was not sure about it there, and my Husband was not liking it. But, he came around to it.

  11. Ohh I love it! The color looks great! It is a great size as well! I love how the shape of the frame is rectangle as opposed to a larger square that people normally use on a dresser! The shape creates division and looks amazing!! Thanks for the great idea!

    1. Wow, thank you so much for noticing all of that! I was hesitant to put it there because of the odd longer shape, but I like it there a lot now!

  12. I love this! I think this would also be a great way to dress up one of those cheapo mirrors you buy from, like, Walmart. Great job!

    1. Thank you! That is all this mirror was, a no frame, stand alone mirror. It was the low cost way of making it fancy.

  13. This is really beautiful. I need to find some mirrors for around the house.

    1. Thank you! I loved updating this mirror.

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