Dressers, bookcases, tables, consoles and mirrored vanities can add elegance to a room and help illuminate a dark space. However, mirrored dresser furniture can be very expensive, making them beyond the reach of many homeowners who have a budget.
12 Photos Gallery of: Making a Mirrored Dresser
- Once you have finished sanding the dresser with sandpaper fine-grained dust clean with a damp cloth.
- Prepare the sideboard with latex-based primer paint. Uses a prince to prepare the sideboard. Allow the primer to dry until dry to the touch.
- Paint the dresser in your favorite color with a brush and latex paint. Even if you go to cover most of the surface of the dresser with mirrored dresser, a little paint will look.
- Measures the dresser with a tape measure. Get precise measurements of the top, sides and drawers. Decide if you are going to cut yourself the mirror in the correct size.
- Apply a small amount of construction adhesive to the back of the pieces of mirror. One by one, paste pieces of mirrored dresser. Be sure to align the mirrors in the right places before letting the glue dry.
- Install new handles on the dresser. Use a screwdriver to tighten the knobs on the drawers. Do not screw it too tight or you can break the side mirror dresser.