Dollar Store Windowpane DIY Mirror

By: Sarah from
Updated December 24, 2018
Dollar Store Windowpane DIY Mirror
Dollar Store Windowpane DIY Mirror
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If you love the Eagen mirror from Pottery Barn but can’t swallow the price tag, then you will love this dollar store craft. You’ll only need to spend about ten dollars to make this Dollar Store Windowpane DIY Mirror! Even though the price tag is low, this Pottery Barn dupe definitely doesn’t look like it. While learning how to make a mirror sounds intimidating, it’s actually very easy to do. You’ll be blown away by how amazing the end result looks. Mount a row or two of mirrors onto the wall; and, admire your new statement decor piece. 

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I know just the space to make and use this dollar store windowpane DIY mirror. At this time, I do not have a headboard for my guest room. This would make the perfect headboard and luckily I can modify the number of mirrors to have the perfect fit. Thanks for the inspiration.

OMG! What a creative use for those really inexpensive dollar store mirrors. Even if you elect not to paint the edges of the frame, placing them in rows like this is a great way to make a statement on an otherwise bare wall.

How simple is this? And the end result is great. I love adding mirrors because it does add depth to a room and reflects all the light as well. You can always add a little "bling" to the mirror if you desire to leave it just framed. People are always throwing out pieces of plywood as well. You just have to walk around when it is garbage night. Thank you for the idea.

I really like mirrors! They make a room look twice as large and when you place something beautiful in front of them they double the beauty!!! This is a very inexpensive way to add more "space" or "beauty to your room. I think it could be very versatile too warming it up with wood, keeping it modern with metal or even steam punking it up with clock pieces and gears!

I love the suggestion below about the wood trim and thought of that too! Another fun take on this might be to glue sea shells around the perimeter, or even inexpensive old costume jewelry ... I have seen this done and it looked quite spectacular! Great idea and thanks for sharing!

Cheap, creative, and cool! That means it's perfect in my book. Will definitely think about adding something like this to our home decor!

I really like this project. Also, I'm getting this 90s home decor vibe, like from the late 80s/early 90s, and I'm into it!

Very easy, inexpensive and pretty. All my requirements in a how to craft. If you want to take it even further, get some wood molding and paint it white, measure the size of the mirrors you will be using and make a window on the wall. Just nail up the wood in whatever size window you want. I made mine a four pane one and glued the mirrors into the openings. It's so cute and check what they cost at the store!!


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