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Mirrors come in endless variety – in every shape, frame, format, and price-class imaginable. And yet, they aren’t all unique. So, if instead of some run-of-the-mill model, you’d rather have something unique that will brighten the mood with its bold color combination, then we have the perfect DIY project for you to create a wall mirror in a cool, colorful geometric design.
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So, let's get going. First, transfer the outline of the wooden board to the back of the three adhesive films.
Take the Ribbeck Oak film, and cut out the complete circle. In both the Banana Yellow film and Orange films, cut out only a 120° pie section of the entire circle.
Now, remove the backing paper from the Ribbeck Oak wood-effect film, and use the smoother to press it onto the wooden board. Then apply the two circle sections of the two colored films onto the board.
Next, use double-sided adhesive tape to affix the round mirror onto the colorful film-coated wooden board.
Finally, mark the two location points for the mounting screws on the left and right, for example centered on the edge of the wooden circle. Then see how long the chain needs to be for your mirror, and insert the screws through the chain links accordingly.
Use the screwdriver to secure the two screws firmly into the wood, and the cutter-pliers to cut off any excess chain.
The mirror also looks impressive when you combine different shades of a single color family, such as pastels, blue or gray tones. You can also create a more casual look by combining various wood-effect films.