Diy round mirror frame ideas
A Beautiful Mess’s geometric mirrors are especially eye-catching when positioned in a group of three. This DIY is easier than it looks too: Copper placemats make an impressive base that requires minimal effort on your part.
If You’re Every About Crystal Healing
A smattering of amethyst crystals lend a positively magical effect to a simple circular mirror, Design Love Fest proves. This piece could work just as well on a wall as it could as a tabletop tray.
If You Could Always Use a Little Whimsy
A bit of fringe always puts a grin on our faces.
Sugar and Cloth’s small-scale mirrors are perfect for clustering—we’re tempted to make a full rainbow.
If You Recently Watched the Minimalism Documentary
Sometimes, simple is best, especially when it comes to floor mirrors, as The Merrythought proves. A chunky yet sleek pine-board base makes this mirror simple to prop up anywhere.
If You’re Somewhere Between “Rustic” and “Nautical”
Embrace a beachy-meets-farmhouse vibe with this ultra-simple DIY from The Learner Observer.
If you happen to own an ancient mirror that you’ve grown tired of, remove it from its frame and make a new one.
If You Prefer Things a Bit More Graphic
It couldn’t be easier to work a little magic with spray paint, as Passionshake demonstrates with this eye-catching DIY. Pink and black make a satisfying high-contrast duo, but might we propose also trying out the on-trend pairing of blue and orange?