Dressers with mirrors – Through the many new constructions of bedroom furniture- from the traditional, modern-mirror and chest of drawers combination is still a construction standard. But often seen as a play, the mirror is often attached to the rear office. Mount the mirror on a hardware or wood cabinet. This ensures the mirror stays centered to the chest of drawers and will not slide down from the weight of its glass and frame
Hardware used to attach a mirror to the back of dressers with mirrors gives both support for its weight and stability to the mirror frame. Flat console plates are screwed into the mirror frame at one end and to the back of the suits at the other end. Powerful brackets will support the weight of the mirror more by their thickness and size. The shape of your Mirror’s frame determines whether a plan, straight, T-shape or L-shaped console works best to support your mirror. Raise your mirror with the rear edge of your chest and place it in the center of your chest width. Make sure your mirror is balanced and level, both side to side and front to back. The mirror should not lean backwards or forwards and both sides should rest at the office. This is a two-person job to keep the mirror in place as it is screwed into the suits.
Wood and Screws
An alternative to using metal brackets is to use tile to secure the mirror of the office. Cut two, 4-feet set 1-in-2 inch wooden strips. Half of tape “vertical lengths will be attached to the mirror and the other half to the back of the chest by using a screw. Place the mirror in place on the desk and measure the width of the dressers with mirrors frame. Select two vertical ends of Mirror’s frame on the back of the office. Will mark the position of attaching wood supports. Raise 2 meters in wooden strips on the back of the office, and with the other 2 feet of the work that runs up. Or, screw wood supports the back of the mirror first and then places the mirror with its ribbon support wood at the office. When the mirror is centered on the suits, screw the lower half of the backrest of the office.
Wear dressers with mirrors as preparation for color. When you finish finishing the dressers with a fine slippery cloth and wipe the dust with a damp cloth. Primary dresser with latex based painting primer. Use a brush to prime the agency. Allow the primer to dry until it is dry when touched. Paint dresses in the desired color with brush and latex paint. Even though you will cover most of the surface of the dresser with mirrors, some color will shine through. Choose a color that will co-ordinate with the style you’re trying to achieve. Bring 2-3 days to dry completely before the mirrors. Measure the chest of drawers with a tape measure. Get accurate measurements of tops, pages, and boxes. Determine whether to cut the mirror to size. Most grinding companies will reduce the mirror size for a small fee. You can also buy a glass cutting kit at a home improvement shop to cut in the mirror itself. Whether you cut the glass yourself or let someone cut it for you, to get precise cutouts and small holes cut out of the box, the pieces for drawer pull.