The most funny part of this project was when my Dear neighbor said:"That was my Old Stuff ?"And I goes like: "No, This is my new Mirror and my brand new Woodworking Tool Box!!
Some day I found in my neighbor's backyard and just for the pleasure of enjoy the look in their face when something nice comes out from a pile of scrapped Furniture I decided to try this last minute project.
I love scrappy stuff!!.

Step 1: Mirror Frame (From a broken seatback chair).

I just love the carved wood in that back seat chair, but unfortunatelly was broken, so I decided to repurpose that good looking piece of woodworking ina nice Mirros Frame.
I cutted the final ends where the legs of the chairs start.And nail a kind of little Table that acts as a nice shelve.
Then I cutted around the hole where the mirror is going to be installed.
Finnally and after sand the whole surface , paint in white, let it dry and install the mirror.
That´s all and looks fantastic !!
<p>Love the mirror. Especially love the tool box. What an excellent idea. I'd like to make the tool box, I'll have to source some drawers.</p>
Beautiful work! I love the hardware you found for the cabinet!
Thanks !! Its from an Old Door.
So cool! I just love that mirror :) You should enter this into the <a href="http://www.instructables.com/contest/holidaygifts2012">Holiday Gifts Contest</a>!
I absolutely <u><strong>love</strong></u> what you've done here! &nbsp;Voted!!!
Hermano, me le quito el sombrero. D&iacute;game que alcanz&oacute; a ponerlo en el Reuse Contest...
Confirmado.. esta adentro!!!Vote!!Vote!!Vote!!

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