DIY honeycomb mirror

Mirrors are some of the most versatile items you can use for your interior décor. They don’t really represent anything, they just reflect something that already exists and this makes them easily integrate in any type of décor. Mirrors are also a great decoration for small spaces. They really open up the space and make it seem bigger. Mirrors are also adaptable and adjustable decorations and they can be used in many different ways. Today we’re going to show you how to make a honeycomb mirror for your home.

This particular mirror decoration was placed against a wood pallet. Palettes are very easy to find and they are very useful and can be turned into almost anything you want. The pallet itself was a beautiful decoration for the mantle. However, a mirror made things even better. This honeycomb pattern was created with the help of several hexagonal mirrors. First a cardboard shape was cut out. The mirrors were bought as such so they didn’t need to be cut or reshaped.

The cardboard served as a great base for the mirrors. The mirrors were carefully attached to the cardboard one by one until the honeycomb was complete. In this case, the mirrors were two-tones. There were two different shades: amber and silver. The colors were alternated and the result was a chic mirror decoration to be placed on the pallet. Now the mantel is a focal point for the room.{found on lovingls}.

Published by in DIY Projects, on May 22nd, 2012


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