Mirrored dresser, bookcases, console tables and buffets can add elegance to a room and help lighten up a dark place. Covering an old dresser with a big mirror is a great way to reuse things that you already have on hand. This will also give you the ability to customize the look of the mirrored dresser that fits your home. Grind the addresses in preparation for paint. When you have finished grinding dresser with fine-grit sandpaper and wipe away the dust with a damp cloth.
Prima mirrored dresser with latex based paint primer. Use a brush to prime office. Let the primer dry until it is dry to the touch. Although you will cover most of the surface of the dresser with mirrors, the little color shines through. Choose a color that will coordinate with the style you are trying to achieve. Give dresser 2-3 days to dry completely before the mirrors.
Build mirrored dresser, measure the chest with a tape measure. Get precise measurements of the top, sides and drawers. Decide if you are going to cut the mirror to size. Most grinding company will reduce the size of the mirror for a small fee. You can also buy a glass cutting kit at a home improvement store to cut the mirror itself. Whether you cut the glass yourself or have someone cut it for you, which you shall receive precise cutouts and small holes cut out of the box pieces for drawer pulls.