Mirrors are an essential element in any home, mainly due to their great practicality, their versatility and their decorative function. One of its advantages is the sensation of depth that they generate, something especially positive for small or somewhat narrow houses. They also provide a source of light as long as they are placed in front of a window, a key trick for apartments without much ambient light. And, of course, it is a fully functional object, which can be placed in the entrance, in the bathroom or in the dressing room. Even those who are fond of caring for energies will know the advantages that mirrors offer according to Feng Shui.
However, a mirror with a good design cannot always be within everyone's reach, due to another series of priorities. But the truth is that it takes little more than getting hold of that old mirror with worn edges, possibly forgotten in a room, to create a recycled wood mirror with a simple yet sophisticated design.
With the mirror prepared and a series of necessary materials already gathered, it is time to get to work making the mirror frame. A simple task that will only require following a few simple steps.