Knock off Mirror from high end store

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$100
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I used a sheet of half inch plywood, used narrow wooden trim for the frames, used eight in sq candle mirrors from walmart, I first dry placed all the mirrors and wood pieces then used liquid nails to make sure they stayed. Its not perfect but it did the trick for what I wanted and I saved seven hundred dollars.. ( pottery barns Eames Mirror is what I was trying to replicate) Hint be sure to stain the plywood before placing the mirrors etc permanently.

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Stain Candle mirrors Half in plywood Wooden trim Liguid nails

Sorry for such a small picture, it is on my mantel...the only place it will fit. ( four feet by four feet approx)

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