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Bathroom Mirror Frame

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Project by WirelessWoodworker posted 05-03-2020 05:55 PM 257 views 0 times favorited 2 comments Add to Favorites Watch

A fairly simple mirror frame that I made for our recent bathroom remodel. The frame is made of walnut with half lap joints on the corners and a thin rabbet around the back side where I hid a strip of LEDs to give it a nice back light. I stained the walnut to try and match the wooden art piece hanging nearby that you can see in the last photo. It’s not a perfect match, but looks just fine hanging up nearby.

I actually ended up making two of these – you can see my first one in the fourth photo. I made this first one before the bathroom was complete (I think it was sapele?) and stored it in the dining room while I tore apart the bathroom. Well – turns out – the wife thought it looked great in the dining room, so I hung that one in there and had to made a second for the bathroom!

I’ve also started to post more progress videos to Youtube recently, so if you want to know more about the construction and have some time – please have a look!

Do you still MEASURE in woodworking??
How to get great Hand Cut Half Lap Joints! Simple hand tool woodworking joint and some B-Roll!
Great CHAMFERS with just a BLOCK plane!
Adding FINISH to the Walnut Frame - Hand Tool Woodworking Mirror Frame
COMPLETE! Mounting the Walnut Mirror Frame - DIY Backlit Mirror Frame

Hope you enjoy!

Cheers,
Tim

-- Tim, Delaware, http://www.thewirelesswoodworker.com and YouTube: http://www.youtube.com/c/TheWirelessWoodworker





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#1 posted 05-04-2020 10:47 AM

Very nice!

-- Ron, Northern Illinois

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#2 posted 05-04-2020 12:32 PM



Very nice!

- ronstar

Thanks Ron – we’re happy with it!

Cheers,
Tim

-- Tim, Delaware, http://www.thewirelesswoodworker.com and YouTube: http://www.youtube.com/c/TheWirelessWoodworker

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