We replaced the single slated doors with two 3' wide french doors.
Not ready to part with both the louvered doors, I held on to one with the intention of reusing it in the bedroom to hold the mirror that for-the-life-of-me would not stay upright on its stand. Here's what my mirror looked like before.
Anyway, I finally got around to finishing up this project and while it was months in the making for me, it's really a fairly quick one. If you don't have a mirror already, you can always get a large wall or over the door mirror from somewhere like Walmart. They are pretty inexpensive....like single digits.
Then I simply used a couple of heavy duty wall mounts - I like the claws - and put them right into the door. On the back of the mirror I added D-rings to hang the mirror directly onto the door.
Currently, I have the mirror leaning in the corner, of my bedroom sort of beside and behind the Ikea chair that I gave a little makeover to...it's not exactly the best spot, but it's definitely better than balancing act I was perfoming on the edge of the bathtub while holding onto the shower curtain rod as I tried to catch a full length glimpse of myself in the bathroom vanity mirror. Stop laughing...
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