This isn't a new project, because we made it back when we redid our hall, but I think it merits an own post.
A couple of years ago we rented an apartment that we never moved into (because we found the house before we had moved). The former tenant left no less that three mirrored walls after asking us if we wanted them. When we never moved in, it looked bad for a while because the next tenant did not want them and it looked like we would have to take them all down and possibly pay for the damage. Luckily, in the end the new tenant was promised new wallpapers and so the landlord took down all the mirrors for us.
They are standard mirrors and put together they quickly give real flashbacks of the 80's.
I still needed mirrors for the hallway though, and that's when I came up with this idea.
I went to the lumber yard, got some meters of rough planks. I cut them into pieces that were a bit longer than the mirror.
Then I put them on top each other like this (I was originally going to do it differently, but I made a mistake when measuring and so this was the only option)
I screwed them together, painted them with a matte white paint, and attached the mirrors using nails.
Then I just hung them up, and I have to say they are a lot better than if they had been put up with those black plastic things that usually comes with them. They give kind of a coastal look, I think.
It would be possible to distress them a lot more, but I still have tons of these mirrors left so I suppose I will try it next time.
PS. Do you have any idea how hard it is to get a good picture of a mirror? Sorry for the bad quality on these ones, I tried all kinds of lights and it simply did not work.