A beveled mirror wall produces illusion that the room is larger and lighter. This frameless mirror is often heavy, regardless of size, so it is important to fix it to the wall or wall anchors used to attach the vanity mirror firmly. There are special bras to mirror available in several styles. Because these mirrors are heavy, it’s a good idea to have someone help you put it.
12 Picture Gallery: How to Install a Wall Vanity Mirror with Beveled
- Hold the mirror where you’re going to hang. Avoid hanging near the door or where objects could hit it by accident. Ask an assistant to hold the mirror while brands corners slightly with a pencil. Set the vanity mirror aside.
- Find the studs in the wall inside the area you have marked, using a stud finder. Place small marks on the wall to indicate that the studs are there.
- Keep the carpenter’s level on the wall at the lowest where you want to hang the mirror point. Make at least two lines of studs in the wall. If the beveled vanity mirror covers more than two posts, add Bookmarks on line stud.
- Drill a pilot hole in each post, or amount, before placing a fastener for mirror.
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