Make A Mirror Frame From Rope
Round mirrors are a great addition to a hallway but can be very expensive and too heavy to wall-mount.
To save the plasterboard and your wallet, give a lightweight mirror a rope frame and hang it up DIY.
Round flat mirrors about 400mm in diameter can be found online from craft suppliers, costing from $20.
Choose a natural-fibre rope, buying enough for the frame and hanger. We used 8mm sisal for this project.
TIP Use any leftover rope to make or trim matching accessories such as the flower tins opposite.
- Flat round mirror
- Natural-fibre rope
- Hot glue gun
You will only need three materials for this project a flat round mirror, natual-fibre rope and a hot glue gun
Give a plain mirror a rope frame for fast beachy style on a budget