Frameless beveled mirror – One of the most economical ways to decorate a room is to mount a frameless mirror on a wall. Frameless mirrors have depth and a sense of openness to add a space without being overwhelming with heavy molding. Although frameless mirrors are more difficult to assemble than their framed counterparts, with the right tools every homeowner can overcome this task if you want to create a wall-treatment that looks bright and improves the size of a room.
Buy four J-shaped mirror clips from your local hardware store. Usually made of metal or plastic, these clips have a ledge to hold a frameless mirror in place. Select the right spot on the wall where you want to attach the frameless beveled mirror. Keep in mind the size of the mirror and the space available. Wear your gloves and place the mirror flat on the wall where you want to mount, and carefully mark the four corners with a pencil. Then you can have someone to help you if the mirror is large and heavy.
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Close the four corner points with a ruler. This overview will help you get an idea of where the mirror will go and how much space it will take. Step back to check that the circumference is level with the ground. You can also create a carpenter level to ensure that the perimeter is level. A stud finder looks for stallions in the wall if you hang the mirror on plasterboard. Find four stallions that are within the circumference that you have drawn and mark them with a pencil. Skip this step if you hang the frameless beveled mirror on concrete or hardwood.