Making Frames for Reclaimed Wood Mirror

Nov 28th
Unique Reclaimed Wood Mirror
Unique Reclaimed Wood Mirror

When it comes to flavor a plane mirror, consider recycling wood from an old barn. Old wood barn is a reliable option that is naturally aged to contain an attractive feature. It reclaimed wood mirror is a simple process that requires a prompt action and some lower court to complete.

Measure the width of the old barn wood. This will determine the excess amount of wood needed for reclaimed wood mirror. For example, if the mirror is 4 inches wide, will double this amount, or 8 centimeters more, the section of wood. Measure the width of the mirror and cut two sections to the width plus twice the width of the mirror. For example, if the barn wood is 4 inches wide and the mirror is 30 inches wide, the width times two wooden barn is multiplied to get 8 inches and add this to 30 centimeters; that is, for this example, you have two timber sections measured 38 inches wide.
Measure the height of the reclaimed wood mirror and cut two sections to twice the height greater than the width of the mirror. Place the four sections of barn wood running horizontally on a flat surface. Measure the width of the barn wood every corner, along the edge closest to you, and mark this location.
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