Do you ever look at something and think, "I can do that!"? I do it all the time, and it gets me into trouble. The garage in our Amarillo house was packed to the gills with all sorts of "future" projects that I never got around to. It was so packed, in fact, that we had TWO garage sales before we moved, and each one netted over $1000. You know it's bad when your garage sale customers ask if you've ever had an antique store, and you haven't. LOL
I'm bound and determined not to the make the same mistake at our new house. Seriously, I really don't think I'll be doing any more furniture rehabs anytime soon. Still, I can't help but be intrigued when I look at this mirror in the Ballard's catalog. Even though geometry isn't my strong suit, how hard could it be to find a simple, secondhand mirror, pencil in the design and go over it with that faux leading stuff from the craft store?
Then I saw the same design in a larger mirror and thought how neat that would look on mirrored closet doors. That couldn't be all that hard, could it? Why don't you try it and let me know how it works out, okay?