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Wall of Mirrors

So I’m finally taking the professional engineering exam next week, which I’ve spent probably close to 100 hours in the past several months studying for.  I would be nervous if I wasn’t so sick of studying.  I’m kind of at that point where I’m just ready to get the thing over with.  I’m also ready to jump back into fun projects.  You would all be so very disappointed in my lack of halloween decorations this year.  It is a travesty.

One project I have been pondering is creating a wall of mirrors somewhere in our bedroom because we have tons of wall space and no art.  This would really only be feasible if I were able to find a bunch of really cheap mirrors at Goodwill and Restore.  Here are some of the cheapest mirrors I could find (while still being attractive), and even these options would be too expensive since I would need so many of them.  What are our thoughts on a wall of mirrors?  Would it be fantastic or would so many mirrors in one place make me feel like I was seeing ghosts?  It’s a tough call.

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  1. Deb Bruna

    I think you could check thrift store art for frames you like and then have mirrors cut to fit at Lowes. Paint them if needed and throw in a couple of nice beveled mirrors.

    • Megan

      Excellent idea!

  2. Kay Faux

    Wall of mirrors sounds awesome; I’ll start checking Goodwill

  3. Megan

    I wish I had known. This lady in my neighborhood put a super cute Pottery Barn mirror on the classifieds yesterday for $10. It was one of those ones that hangs on ribbon. I will be on the lookout. I think wall of mirrors is it.

    • Megan

      Plus it will increase the light in the room.

  4. Taylor

    I’m digging the wall of mirrors idea. If I see any cheapies I’ll let ya know.