Back in May when I showed you our closet renovation I mentioned a plan for that number/typography “art” in the middle of this gallery wall. Well today I’m happily checking that project off my list and my necklaces now have a nice, new (secret) home.
It was a fairly basic project.
- Plain mirror (the kind used for candle centerpieces)
- Super glue
- Spray paint
- Thin wood molding
- Wood filler
- Scrap wood
- Cup hooks
Here’s a quick rundown of how I made the mirror frame …
And the jewelry hanger …
I used both black and a creamy gray spray paint to help pull together the whole gallery wall. The mirror helps bounce around light and brighten the closet.
The mirror frame simply rests on the wood of the jewelry storage piece, so it’s easy to remove and access my necklaces.
It’s a double duty solution. My necklaces now have a proper home, and I’ve got an extra mirror to use when the bathroom is occupied during the morning rush.
And I’ll give myself a little pat on the back for recycling an old, no longer loved piece of wall decor.
This space in now completely D.O.N.E. On to the next!