Driftwood Mirror

Today we are going to be making a driftwood mirror!
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You probably remember my bland-as-can-be mirror in the powder room... I had been thinking of alternative mirrors for quite some time.
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Until I rounded up a bunch of driftwood at our cabin earlier this summer! I thought about trying my hand at creating on of those driftwood mirrors I see at Anthro and other various retailers. But the best part is that mine cost $0!
Photobucket I started by having Sean help me with cutting some of the bigger pieces on the tablesaw to give them a flat backside. Since we will be adding more on top of these I wanted them to be pretty sturdy. The only other tool I needed was a hot glue gun. This is really a fun project, so don't get too caught up in stressing about the placement. In the end it will look great~
Photobucket And here it is back in the bathroom. I really like the effect it has against all the nickel hardware.
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If you wanted the wood to blend in a bit more you could try painting the frame grey before attaching the wood, but I wanted my wood to stand out. The other good thing about this project is that it isn't permanent. I tested a few areas of the frame and the hot glue can easily be peeled off if we get sick of it later!
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I should have a complete before and after link for the powder room reno in the Our Renos tab within the week (I am 110% sure some of you will be shocked by the before!).