I went dumpster diving where I found this old second hand arch mirror that I thought would make a great Anthropologie Gold Gleaming Primrose Arch Mirror DIY dupe! I upcycled this thrifted find using my thrift flip skills, hot glue, gold spray paint, and hardwood accents from the hardwood store on a complete budget. Click to find out how to do it yourself with your own secondhand upcycle, including full instructions and tools you'll need list!
Spray paint is my favorite way to stretch my decorating budget, and over the years I've used it on just about everything (like it's getting ridiculous). So, today I've compiled a list of my top 10 ways that you can use spray paint to transform items in your home. Enjoy! Let's get started. #1. Spray paint small accessories As a reformed hoarder of thrift store junk, this is probably my favorite way to use spray paint. Just take any plain jane trinket, none of which will match if they come…
How about buying one of these wall mirrors? If you are not yet convinced to buy one of them, take all the time that you want to, after which you will have a much better idea about the available choice. Can you share your impressions with us, in the end?
When looking for a product to achieve the perfect mirror-like finish on your glass, you need to consider the different features of each product. Rust-Oleum Mirror Effect is an acrylic paint that comes in various colors and finishes, while Krylon Looking Glass is an acrylic paint specifically designed for glass surfaces. So, which one is the better mirror spray paint? Let’s find out!