Moving In

Mirror, Mirror on the Wall

Only a morning fueled by caffeine could help us attack our next home renovation project.

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We found an old brocade mirror that weighs about 60 pounds. Even though Mark is a beast, we got some old cardboard and cut it to the size of the mirror.

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Using the cardboard (because it’s wayyyyy lighter) we found the exact spot on the brick fireplace where we wanted to hang the mirror and marked it with tape.

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Mark moved the brackets so we could hang the mirror horizontally.

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He drilled into the brick because the mortar is kinda soft and crumbly.

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We lifted it up and TA-DA!!

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First, a quick mirror selfie.

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And then, it was lots of grilling, sunshine and friends for Memorial Day weekend!

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