Hello Woodpeckers ! How you all are doing ? I was wondering what you guys are working on lately cause I'm into mirrors now. Had a budget for a good looking mirror but my wife suggested to build one for ourselves. That's actually a very good idea. I convinced myself to build not one but two mirrors. One for the bathroom and one is just to decor. I was looking for some beautiful mirror designs that I can work on. And there are lots of DIY mirror frame projects. The variety of design actually varies depends a lot on the frame as it carries 90% of the design.

But I came up with my own design for both of the mirrors that I'm gonna work on later. Soon I'll post the full project with instructions and design sketches. Hopefully you guys will check that out too.

So, here are some DIY mirror frame ideas that you can try. These beautiful designs were created by some great talented designers, you guys can check their other works too (I'll leave the link in the post).

Have fun guys !

Cheers.

1. DIY Living Mirror

This is an unique and beautiful DIY mirror frame. Stand in front of it to find yourself in the depth of the woods. This design has massive peacefulness and tranquility. I really love it. Its a frame within another frame. Pretty clever idea to play with your design. Check out the step by step instructions by Dwellings By Devore, she did a great job here.

DIY Living Mirror

Required Tools -

  • Miter saw
  • Drill
  • Sand Paper
  • Wood Stain
  • Nails and Nail gun

 

DIY Instructions  - Dwellings By Devore

2. DIY Window Pane Mirror

This one is my favorite. This shape is pretty rare to find and if you manage to find one, most certainly that'll be an expensive one. We always look for things that are inexpensive but smart. And this one is one of them. You can easily get it done by yourself. Just get your tools and follow these easy steps by The Rozy Home.

Here is another windowpane mirror with slightly different shape that you may like, Cheers.

DIY Windowpane Mirror

Required Tools -

  • Pine Boards
  • Clamps
  • Mirror
  • Adhesive
  • Paint Tape

DIY Instuctions -  The Rozy Home

3. Wood Shim Farmhouse mirror

Wood shims are very useful if you can bring the best out of it. Like House of Hepworths did. This 4 feet wide mirror was made just by using wood shims. It's pretty cheap and easy to make. You can try this project with scrap woods too, but you have to shape them accurately. So, try to give it a shot, cover up your naked walls like a boss.

If you wanna know how these mirrors cost in the market, then click here !

Wood shim farmhouse mirror

Required Tools -

 

DIY Instructions - House of Hepworths

4. DIY Rectangular Mirror with Wood Shims

You use a glass mirror to see your face, you use works of art to see your soul. That's an old saying by G.B Shaw. But this mirror is the state of the art. There is no fixation about the patterns of the frame. You can create your very own design if you want to. This is one simple mirror that you can easily try. All you need to do is gather some materials and follow Jaime Costiglio's instruction.

Feeling Lazy ? Check this out !

DIY Rectangular Mirror with Wood Shims

Required Tools -

  • Adhesive
  • Miter Saw
  • Drill
  • Scroll Saw, Band saw or hacksaw
  • Mirror, Stain and Paint
  • Measuring Tape

DIY Instructions - Jaime Costiglio

5. Circular Mirror with Wood chops DIY

People spend hundreds of dollars for decorative mirrors like this. But you don't have to. Just follow this these simple steps constructed by Jaime Costiglio. Ornate your living space like a boss, without cost.

Check out this great piece of beauty too, it's cool.

Circular Mirror with Wood chops DIY

Required Tools -

  • Jigsaw
  • Adhesive.

DIY Instructions - Jaime Costiglio

6. Drift wood DIY Mirror

Another beautiful mirror frame idea you can try without any professional tools. That's how elegant it looks mounted on a wall.

Sustain My Craft Habit always jumps ahead when it comes to crafts and arts.

If you are looking for a different drift wood mirror design then check this out.

Drift wood DIY Mirror

Required Tools -

  • Driftwood
  • Mirror

DIY Instructions - Sustain My Craft Habit

7. Sunburst wood shim Mirror DIY

I've always admired sunburst mirror frames for their bold and stylish look. And there are lots of sunburst designs out there. But this one has something different in it. It's more sturdy than you can imagine. You can play with the mirror size if you want to. This great design was made by K Sarah Designs, she is pretty good in this game.

If you are up for sunburst designs then you can check this one out too.

Sunburst wood shim Mirror DIY

Required Tools -

  • Wood Shims
  • Wood Adhesive
  • Round Mirror
  • Spray paint

DIY Instructions - K Sarah Designs

8. DIY Teddy Mirror from cardboard

I don't know about you, but your kids will love this one. I've found a cute teddy mirror for our tree house lately, and guess what ? The kids love it. This Teddy mirror is very simple. Cardboard cutout and a mirror is all you need to create this beauty.

DIY Teddy Mirror from cardboard

Required Tools -

  • Circular Mirror
  • Cardboard

 

DIY Instructions - Apartment Therapy

9. DIY Wood Shim Sunburst Mirror

This design is not for a weak heart. Sanding and staining those wood shims needs a lot of effort and determination. But I'm sure you won't have to worry about the outcome. This is one of the best decorating mirror ideas I've ever seen. Using different tones of wood gave this mirror a unique look that you all are looking for. You can follow these simple step by step instructions by Infarrantly Creative to create a sunburst mirror for yourself.

If you are looking for more inexpensive sunburst designs, then click here !! 

DIY Wood Shim Sunburst Mirror

Required Tools -

  • Wood Adhesive
  • Mirror Adhesive
  • Sandpaper
  • Jigsaw
  • Circular Mirror
  • Wood Stain

DIY Instuctions - Infarrantly Creative

10. Wood Framed Mirror DIY

It's really hard to find a mirror that will be a perfect fit for you and your family. This is a pretty decent DIY full length mirror project that you can try. You can use cheap fence pickets for the frame. It can provide you a gorgeous wooden texture and it's pretty inexpensive. It doesn't matter how and where do you use this mirror, it always serves the best.

If you are looking for a different design for a full length mirror then click here !!

Wood Framed Mirror DIY

Required Tools -

  • Miter Saw
  • Table Saw
  • Hand Saw
  • Hammer
  • Clamps
  • Wood Adhesive
  • Nail Gun

 

DIY Instructions - The Wood Grain Cottage

11. DIY Tray Turned into Mirror

This might be the easiest project in this DIY Mirror frame list. That's how easily you can turn your rustic serving tray into a decent good looking mirror. Damn ! Great improvisations always comes from the greatest minds, like I heart Organizing. Great job she did. Great design it is.

You can try this one too !!

DIY Tray Turned into Mirror

Required Tools -

  • Frame-less Mirror
  • Mirror Adhesive
  • Screws and Hooks

 

DIY Instructions - I heart Organizing.

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