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Beautiful DIY Pottery Barn Mirror — Save Over $600 When You DIY

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diy pottery barn eagan mirror

source: theletteredcottage.net

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Ever admire something in a store window only to get that sick to your stomach feeling when you find out that the price tag can keep your kids from going to college? Yeah, I know the feeling. Well, that’s the case with this Pottery Barn Eagan mirror. So Layla at The Lettered Cottage built her own Pottery Barn Eagan mirror and saved over $600. She purchased 8″x8″ size beveled mirrors at Hobby Lobby during one of their 40% off sales. I LOVE their sales and they have them about once a month (sometimes twice) so I always try to wait for one before I shop there. You can check their website for their latest deals. The mirrors are mounted on particle board, which Layla purchased for all of $7. The wood is painted with Rust-Oleum Oil Rubbed Bronze Spray Paint. (I love the finish you get from that spray paint!) And then she placed plastic rosetted between each mirror pane, also spray painted with the Oil Rubbed Bronze. The mirror turned out phenomenal. And best of all, the price tag didn’t break the bank. So check out Layla’s Pottery Barn Eagan Mirror (Knock-off) Tutorial. It’ll look great in your home and you will love it!

Cheers!

~ Jenise

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