Hanging Dining Room Mirrors

Sep 22nd

Dining Room Mirrors are both decorative and practical, and can make a small room feel bigger. Hanging a small mirror is simple and can be done easily with the right weighted particle hooks. But hanging a larger mirror is a bit more insecure and should be done with extreme caution and accuracy so that the mirror does not fall and possibly split. It is a two-person job, where it is important that appropriate measures are taken to keep it safe and straightforward. Measure the height of your mirror and mark one-fifth of the road down on the wooden frame on each side.

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Be sure the brands are exactly the same distance from the top of each page. Screw a D-ring on each side. You can use a small drill to get it started, but do not go too deep. When screwing in D-ring, you want it to be tight, but do not break the frame with over tightening. Attach the mirror thread. A Dining Room Mirrors wire consists of smaller threads intertwined with each other. Do not twist them. Loop one end of a D-ring and tie a secure knot, which means about half an inch on one side. Turn the short end to the long end of the thread with pliers so that the thread does not tear up later. Take the long end and tie a knot on the other side, leaving no slack.

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Hold the Dining Room Mirrors in the desired location and have someone easily mark a spot at the top of the center with a pencil. Then measure the same distance as your D-rings are from the top of your mirror frame and mark. Use a level to easily draw a straight line at that height. Find the rules in the area you plan to hang the mirror. Select an X on the drawn line on the two middle studs that are halfway apart as the width of your mirror.  Screw in molly bolts to hang mirror directly on the plaster. Find the exact center on the pencil line where you want your mirror and measure about a quarter of the width of your mirror in one direction and a quarter in the other direction.

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