Vintage Mirror Repurposed Into Wall Hooks

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This scrap piece had the shape I was looking for to create
hanging wall hooks.

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This was the top of an old mirror. The glass had broken and only the top piece was left when I found it hidden behind some other pieces at the antique store. 

I knew I had found a treasure.

Vintage Mirror Scrap repurposed into Wall Hooks www.homeroad.net

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I brought the piece home and painted it using Miss Mustard Seed Milk Paint in Kitchen Scale.

When the milk paint dried I sealed it with Hemp Oil.

The Miss Mustard Seed Hemp Oil darkens the paint
and gives it a beautifully rich finish. 

Vintage Mirror Scrap repurposed into Wall Hooks www.homeroad.net

I added coat hooks to the piece and it is now ready to 
be hung in someone's home as a beautiful coat rack.

Vintage Mirror Scrap repurposed into Wall Hooks www.homeroad.net

There are so many wonderful uses for parts and pieces of old furniture. 

Vintage Mirror Scrap repurposed into Wall Hooks www.homeroad.net

 I love to think about how I can use a piece again, 
giving it a new life! 

Vintage Mirror Scrap repurposed into Wall Hooks www.homeroad.net


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9 comments

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    1. Thanks Carlene... I rescued that piece... couldn't bear to let it go in the trash!

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  2. I understand that 'kitchen scale' is a teal color. But what is the white color in your first painted picture? Turned out beautifully!

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    1. Joyce the LED lighting in my basement sometimes changes the color of the paint on the pictures... they were the only "in progress" pics I had but the color Kitchen Scale is true in the other pics... sorry about that!

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  3. I love it! You just never know what you'll find once you start digging around behind the scenes. Great job.

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  4. Great recycle! Could be used anywhere.

    Judy

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    1. Yes Judy... by the front door, bathroom, laundry room, mud room... anywhere! :)

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  5. ohhh Susan! You know I love a great coat rack! great repurpose.

    gail

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