DIY MIR­ROR THAT DIS­GUISES THE TV

Homes+ (Australia) - - BEFORE & AFTER -

Kyal and Kara asked Syd­ney Picture Frames to fit the TV into a black frame with a special piece of glass that be­comes a mir­ror when the TV is switched off. Kara then cre­ated a box frame us­ing cedar, be­cause it’s light and matches her other fur­ni­ture choices. To make your own box frame, take four pieces of 91mm

x 12mm western red cedar and use a drop saw to cut the tim­ber at a 45-de­gree an­gle on both sides. Next, lay out the tim­ber as it will sit around the TV and use wood glue and a nail gun to bond the pieces to­gether. To fin­ish, give the en­tire frame a light sand. For full in­struc­tions, see home­stolove.com.au

af­ter Cosy nook Now the room has a num­ber of de­fined spa­ces.

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