Sis’s Blank Wall Gains {easy & affordable} Painted Frame Mirror

Sis’s room got a little update recently, thanks to a consignment shop and some paint.

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Sis and I found this gorgeous mirror at LuLu’s Consignment in December and we snatched it up! We’d been looking for a mirror for over her dresser for some time, but hadn’t found just the right one until we saw this.

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And not a moment too soon for this blank wall in her room!

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Thankfully, the mirror and backing simply unscrewed from the heavy wood frame, so no taping or other tricks were necessary to keep the mirror in good shape!

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All we had to do was lay the frame outside and give it a spray! [This piece got a coat at the same time as the kitchen chairs.] I just laid out a $2 Lowe’s plastic drop cloth, then used scrap wood pieces to elevate the frame off the ground.

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A coat of primer and a coat of creamy white later, it was done!

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Ahh, much better.

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I love all the pretty details.

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And although it is leaning against the wall now rather than hanging, the view is her lovely chandelier, so we won’t complain! 🙂

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This mirror is a lovely compromise, too, between the more rectangular ones my hubs kept spotting and the super curvy ones I was drawn to. I love that.

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Of course, no room is ever really “done,” but it’s nice to have another piece in place in her girly, eclectic, collected room. 🙂

It’s all part of making an adorable little girl’s room adorable…on a budget! Wheeeee!

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