Mirror, Mirror on the wall. Who's the ghoulish of them all?
Wait. Don't answer that. Let me pretend it is I.
Here is the first makeover mystery item from buycostumes.com.
In this post I'll show you how to add simple detailing anyone can do. I'll then continue with uncomplicated dressing ideas, and eventually (as it isn't dark in my part of the world right now) I'll share with you how this style can be dramatically altered using lighting.
I have a store-bought mirror that reflects images upside down.
The frame and "glass" are made of plastic (issue number 1 I'll be focusing on).
The size is 14" H x 21" W which is pretty decent. Placed in a hallway or a nook of the room, it would work well as a focal point. But if you want to display it on a large wall, it suddenly looks smaller than it is (issue number 2 I'll be focusing on).
Plus, the mirror itself has a curved back (in order to create the upside down effect). The dressing approach I use will camouflage that as well.
Let's begin with adding depth and texture with acrylics.