Starburst/Sunburst Mirrors No matter which celestial body you choose to call them, these trendy mirrors add a sparkle to any wall.
at DIY Show Off Echoing my thought that you can’t have too much bling at Christmas, Roeshel made a lighted starburst mirror tree topper. Target has a 24″ round mirror and a frameless door mirror that will help you get started on your next DIY mirror projects.
Just because a site is secondary doesn't necessarily mean it'll be any slower or less up to date than a primary site.
In fact, a secondary mirror that carries your architecture and is closer to you as the user and, therefore, faster, is almost always preferable to a primary that is farther away.
We don’t have to because Kristi already did and she has a fabulous DIY tutorial to make your own. It’s All in the Details You can add your own style or flair to a mirror frame as these talented DIYers did. at DIY Show Off Roeshel made these convex mirrors out of Styrofoam wreaths. And using convex mirrors offers an unexpected stylish twist. I learned again the best way to do this and I think I have it fine-tuned now. One was real wood and one set was that composite stuff.I’ll cover it all below in a bulleted list so that you can see all the instructions in one spot. I’d highly recommend you go with the composite stuff, as it is flat, lightweight and easy to work with. I had some problems because one piece of the “real” fluted molding was slightly bowed. That hideous purple color was a free can of spray paint I got & used as primer. They’re functional and placed strategically they can visually enlarge a space.Decorative mirrors do double duty as beautiful pieces of art.