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We made this project keeping in mind the up-cycling of materials. So we decided to go with some old pallets and making a mirror to be used at homes for decoration.

Material Used

  • Old Pallets
  • Mirror
  • Screws
  • Old Forks
  • Mirror Clips

Step 1: Grab Some Old or Used Pallets.

Step 2: Cut the Pallet Into 5 or 6 Equal Pieces.

Step 3: Sand the Pallets.

Step 4: Putting the Pieces Together Using Screws.

All the pieces were put together by screwing and small pieces were added on the left side for shelves.

Step 5: Place the Mirror on the Pallet With Mirror Clips.

You can take a window glass and paint it from one side to get a cheap mirror.

Step 6: Use Some Old Forks As Hangers by Bending Them and Bolting Them With Screws.

Step 7: And the Mirror Is Ready.

<p>The 'beach look' is getting very popular these days. I like the design a lot and will definitely have a go myself soon. Up-cycling is the future! ;-)</p>
Beautiful! I love the round mirror.
<p>This is a great looking design! I really like the way it turned out, and the fork-hooks are an excellent touch. Nice!</p>
<p>thanks a lot :)</p>
<p>Thanks for sharing. Great job. I would only recommend some different pictures in other environment or background in order to appreciate the true beauty of this mirror.</p>
<p>Brilliant up cycling. For a small or any space, for that matter, it would work wonderfully. In an entry way with an added tray shelf made from a metal candy tray or inset a glass pickle dish into a shelf would making storing keys etc. neat. Bravo!</p>
<p>that rocks man! good job!</p>
<p>beautiful!</p>
Great i love it
<p>I didn't notice the little hooks beneath the mirror until the very end - nice little touch, I dig it.</p>
<p>thanks</p>
<p>Oh, this is great! I like such ingenuity! </p>
<p>thank you very much</p>
<p>Looks great guys, good work!</p>
<p>thank you </p>
Awesome project! Keep up the good work!
<p>thanks</p>

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