Leaning mirror like decor go in and out of fashion, but a well-framed mirror is a classic look. A wall mirror can be designed to make an impressive focal point piece or a group of mirror tiles can be individually designed for a sparkling group. The effect is as attractive as its subject is practical when a large framed mirror adorns a hall and framing “finish” a plain mirror over a vanity. When framing it, you add stylish flair to the daily mirror.
Leaning mirror are a particularly nice addition to a bedroom or walk-in closet as it allows you to have a good full look when you try out the outfits. It is important that a crooked mirror securely leans against the wall so that it can slide or topple. This requires very little material and can be done in a matter of minutes.
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How to ensure a leaning mirror on a wall; place the mirror in the desired position against the wall. Make a mark on the wall with a pencil in the center of the top of the mirror. Move the mirror away from its position and measure 2 inches down from pencil mark and make another brand. Screw the wall anchor into the wall where you made the other pencil labeled. Screw one end of the cable to the wall anchor. Position the mirror to its original location and screw the other end of the cable to the top of it.