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 !!
bethmwl11 months ago

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.

flyingpuppy2 years ago
Beautiful work! I love the hardware you found for the cabinet!
Mr.Sanchez (author)  flyingpuppy2 years ago
Thanks !! Its from an Old Door.
So cool! I just love that mirror :) You should enter this into the Holiday Gifts Contest!
bajablue2 years ago
I absolutely love what you've done here!  Voted!!!
M.C. Langer2 years ago
Hermano, me le quito el sombrero. Dígame que alcanzó a ponerlo en el Reuse Contest...
Mr.Sanchez (author)  M.C. Langer2 years ago
Confirmado.. esta adentro!!!Vote!!Vote!!Vote!!