A decorative mirror can add a great element to any room. It can bring in more light, open up the area, tie other decor items together, and be useful. The only drawback to shopping for a really nice mirror is the cost. Here are 12 impressive DIY Rectangular Mirror projects you can accomplish all by yourself.
Whether you are looking for something more attention-grabbing, like a driftwood framed mirror or something more laid back like a rope-framed mirror, there is something below which will get your creative juices flowing.
Easy Driftwood Mirror by The Wood Grain Cottage
If you love to collect driftwood on the beach and have a room that has a beach theme, this project may be for you.
Squiggle Mirror City Chic Decor
This will be a mirror no one else has; you pick your design and cut out plywood with a jigsaw.
15$ DIY Mirror Shanty-2-Chic
Time to upgrade a mirror you have or spruce up the great mirror find from a resale store or yard sale.
Industrial IKEA Hack Mirror DIY by The Sorry Girls
This project is using a big mirror and adding the lattice to it to give it more depth.
DIY Nautical Rope Mirror Artsy Chicks Rule
Any natural or nautical theme room will be enhanced with this project.
DIY Wood Bathroom Mirror Frame by Her happy Home
Most bathroom mirrors come without a frame. Learn who to add a great-looking frame to any mirror easily.
DIY Farmhouse Mirror with Dollar Store Sunflowers by A Butterfly House
Add a beautiful wood frame with a little rope and flowers, and you get a beautiful understated mirror.
DIY WINDOW PANE MIRROR TUTORIAL by The Lettered Cottage
This is an amazing look from 3 door mirrors with some matching trim.
DIY Boho Full Lenth Mirror by Mama Needs A Project
If you have ever wanted to try your hand at wood burning, here is the perfect mirror DIY project.
Bigger is better Mirror by Mosaic Works
Those are rulers framing the mirror. Think of other normal objects that can make a big impact when laid out nicely.
DIY TRELLIS MIRROR by Remodelaholic
Adding a wood frame and wood trim pieces does not have to be hard; you can do it on the weekend.
Knock-off Metallic Mirror Frame by Home Talk
This amazing project uses wood, crack filler, and spray paint. It takes a little creative time to make this one-of-a-kind mirror.