"Love these shelves! These raw edge wood shelves were constructed from a gorgeous and very old piece of wood that had been sitting in the Long Island studio of shoji screen and Japanese-inspired furniture maker Mr. Hanafusa, of Miya Shoji. Very striking! Each wood shelf weighs 300 pounds, and is held together by 200 eight-inch metal pins pushed through the existing wall."

Kitchen Before & After: A Disorganized Kitchen Gets a Place for Everything

"Love these shelves! These raw edge wood shelves were constructed from a gorgeous and very old piece of wood that had been sitting in the Long Island studio of shoji screen and Japanese-inspired furniture maker Mr. Hanafusa, of Miya Shoji. Very striking! Each wood shelf weighs 300 pounds, and is held together by 200 eight-inch metal pins pushed through the existing wall."

Mirrored Furniture DIY - Measure and cut mirrors w/ a glass cutter (score and snap the pieces off) Apply mirror mastic to the back of the mirror pieces and press them firmly onto the furniture piece. Do large pieces first. Clean with acetone to remove all the excess mirror mastic. Apply grout to soften jagged edges and fill in any tiny gaps you may have. Remove the extra grout with a damp cloth.

DIY: Mirrored Furniture

Mirrored Furniture DIY - Measure and cut mirrors w/ a glass cutter (score and snap the pieces off) Apply mirror mastic to the back of the mirror pieces and press them firmly onto the furniture piece. Do large pieces first. Clean with acetone to remove all the excess mirror mastic. Apply grout to soften jagged edges and fill in any tiny gaps you may have. Remove the extra grout with a damp cloth.

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