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Cottage Full Length Mirrors

from Etsy

French Provencal, Leaning Mirror, Vintage Shabby Chic, Cottage Chic

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from Amanda Katherine

DIY Rustic Wood Frame Mirror

I love full length mirrors because they help fill awkward corners and nooks, but they also make small spaces feel bigger. Buying a mirror at a store will set you back hundreds of dollars, but I made my own for just a fraction of the cost. Click now for the full tutorial!

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Maybe a decorative full-length mirror in my bathroom? Would make it look bigger and be functional too. Might even could put it on hinges and have shallow storage behind it . . .

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just a regular mirror glued to plywood and then odd end assorted wood elements added. What a great way to make something inexpensive look incredibly expensive & fancy-pantsy.

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from Little Vintage Nest

Old Door Turned Full Length Mirror

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FLOOR STANDING MIRROR // floor lamp, floor lantern, area rugs, white hardwood floors, old suitcase, painted hardwood floor, full length mirror

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