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This framed mirror tray looks great on our “new” coffee table.
Welcome to this month’s installation of Thrifty Style Team. My framed mirror tray is a perfect example of thrifty style in home decor. I am in the beginning stage of giving my living room a makeover. It all started with this coffee table that has been sitting in our storage unit.
I’ve been pining away for it ever since I dreamt up a new vision for the living room. Being that we are trying to empty out our storage unit, I knew this gold table would be perfect. So, last week Honey Bee and I retrieved it and brought it home.
The table is very heavy. It has a filigree gold base made of iron and a triple beveled glass top. We used this table in our former home and I always loved it.
Once I got the table into place, I wanted to add a tray on top. Lord knows, I have lots of trays LOL. The trouble was, none of them looked right on top of the glass. I dug around in the garage and found this mirror that I bought a couple of months ago at the thrift store.
Good as Gold
This beautiful gold framed mirror was only $1.50, as it was 50% off. The mirror is antique and Italian made.To craft it into a tray was amazingly simple. I popped off the jagged metal piece that was used for hanging. On each corner I added fuzzy circles that will protect the glass table.
I love the way light bounces off of the mirror.
Even Gus loves the new table and tray! I hope that you do too!
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Now take a look at all of the other designers creativity.
Thrifty Spooky Halloween Corner from Redhead Can Decorate
Framed Mirror Tray from 2 Bees in a Pod
Step Stool Makeover from Bliss Ranch
Fall Leaf Candleholders from Chatfield Court
Thrifty Homemade Candles from Cottage at the Crossroads
Painting an Antique Cabinet in a Bold Blue from DIY Beautify
Fall Crafts Using Spray Paint from Duke Manor Farm
Fishing Basket Turned Fall Door Decor from I Should Be Mopping the Floor
DIY Hanging Basket from a Placemat from Jennifer Rizzo
DIY Watercolor Sheet Music Leaves from Postcards from the Ridge
Tomato Cage Pumpkin from Salvage Sister and Mister
Embroidery Hoop Halloween Wreath from The Creek Line House
Vintage Kitchen Counter Step Stool Makeover from The DIY Village
Halloween Letter Board Ghost from The How To Home
DIY Halloween Candy Dispenser with Jack O’ Lantern Eyes Printable from Unskinny Boppy
Simple Eucalyptus Garland from What Meegan Makes