One of the first rooms in our house that was as "done" as any room ever gets around here was the dining room~
One thing that really bothered me, though, was the dull black wall of my china hutch~
I thought it would look so much better with a mirrored backwall. I remembered that Lowe's cut glass and mirror, so off to Lowe's we went. This is what we came home with~
Unfortunately, the machine at Lowe's wasn't accurate. We had to go back to have them re-cut the mirror. This time their machine broke. Womp. Womp.
After calling around to a few glass companies, I decided to use Addison Glass & Mirror. I gave them my precise measurements, and a week later my mirrors were cut perfectly. Smile!
I used this Scotch Mounting double-sided tape to adhere the mirror to the back of the cabinet. It only took tiny pieces in each corner~
And, then after a struggle with styling the cabinet, here is the finished product~
My dinner guests requested that I included their picture. They tried so hard to get in all of my pictures~
Unfortunately, now I'm bored with my dining room. It's far from perfect, and just not as inviting as I would like for it to be. My dining set is one of the first "real" furniture purchases I made on my own back in 2006. I've got too much invested in it to get rid of it, so I'm brainstorming options for adding a little more *something* to the room. If you've got ideas, please share in the comments section!!
Happy weekend, y'all!