In interior design the mirror is really quite a magical element, an element able to emphasize a design line by enchanting it with itself and enlightening with additional light. The possibilities opened in interior design by mirrors are unlimited yet few are the ones using them for aesthetic purposes. A mirror today can take any shape and size and the variations between prices are not worth considering as it is insanely low when compared to the effect of the mirror in your design line. You can use them to reflect light in darker corners of your home, you can use them to emphasize the feeling of space by doubling the visual surface with a wall mirror and you can even use them to manipulate shadows and obtain visual control in certain points.
Simple DIY Gold Sunburst Mirror
Megan from Biltsy challenged herself to replicate the look of the eye-catching mirror using a few simple craft supplies – gold wire, Styrofoam, and a round mirror. Get the tutorial from Blitsy.
DIY Stained Wood Shim Starburst Mirror
Beckie used wood shims to create this beauty at a fraction of the cost of similar mirrors sold in stores. Get the tutorial from Infarrantly Creative.
DIY Sunburst Mirror
Another lovely mirror similar to the Harleston Wall Mirror from Target created again with wood shims, but a completely different look. Get the tutorial from K Sarah Designs.
DIY Wood Framed Mirror
This DIY wood framed mirror was so easy to put together… Looks expensive, but you can smile knowing just how much you saved by doing it with your hubby. Get the tutorial from The Wood Grain Cottage.
PVC Pipe Mirror
Who would ever imagine that PVC pipe would make such fabulous contemporary mirror frames? Get the tutorial from Thrifty and Chic.
DIY Bathroom Mirror Storage Case
Free plans and tutorial to create your own DIY Bathroom Mirror Storage Case! These are perfect for adding storage to small bathrooms and maximizing space! Get the tutorial from Shanty 2 Chic.
Ikea Mirror Hack
This was such an easy way to repurpose something that you’re not using! The final product is amazing and all your guests will keep asking where you found this mirror! Get the tutorial from SaVvy Mom2Mom.
Round and Round
This has a bit of wood cutting involved again. You need an unframed mirror, a wooden piece to use as a frame and then some round, wooden slices to adhere to that frame. Easy and rustic! Get the tutorial from Jaime Costiglio.
Festive Fun DIY Mirror
Whether it’s the 4th of July or Christmas time, utilize all those holiday pencils and create a fun, festive frame for your mirror. Then use it every time that time of the year rolls around. Get the tutorial from Decoración Fácil.