A framed antique wall mirrors can be an excellent way to create an illusion of a larger room, as well as serving as a decorative element in its own right. Of course, a good wall mirror is also useful for checking your hair that ties a tie, or coordinating an outfit. Unfortunately, framed wall mirrors can be quite heavy. The good news is that with the right preparation, you can certainly hang yourself a very heavy framed wall mirror from any kind of wall
Determine the location of your framed antique wall mirrors. Drive a small nail into the wall at the hanging point. If the nail passes into the wall easily the wall is hollow. If the nail does not want to get into the wall, the wall is solid. Hang a framed wall mirror from a hollow wall with a toggle bolt. Drill a large hole in the wall at the hanging point. Slide a slice, a large nut, and another slice on the change bolt. Thread a change of bolt so that the tip of collapsed change point against the head of the bolt.
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Replace the bolt into the wall so that the switch opens behind the wall. Tighten change the bolt as you tighten the bolt to maintain the pressure to change against the wall. Hang the framed wall mirror from the nut and slicing on the head of the bolt. Hang a framed wall mirror from a solid wall with an extension anchor and screw. Use a brick to drill a hole in the wall slightly less than the diameter of expansion anchor. Carefully place the anchor in place with a hammer and thread the anchor with the corresponding screw. Hang the framed antique wall mirrors from the head of the screw.