A three sided IKEA vanity mirror makes a useful addition to any bedroom, dressing room or bathroom. Allowing you to check your appearance from all sides. These free-standing mirrors are created from the mirrors. Or specially cut to size and can be designed to perfectly fit the decoration of your store bought. The designs are without supports, feet or bases to spoil the lines of the mirror. These courtesy mirrors use hinges to allow the mirror in vertical position. Observe the style of decoration of the room in which the three-sided mirror will be placed in order to choose an appropriate style for the mirror. For example, geometric shapes with simple lines work best with modern, minimalist or utilitarian spaces, while suit of highly decorated shabby elegant decor mirrors.
Purchase three mirrors that fit the space, or have three mirrors cut specially for your needs. Cutting companies for glass and some hardware stores can cut size mirrors. If desired, request decorative engraving. You will have to return three mirrors of the same size, or one larger mirror and two smaller ones. Place the mirrors on the hardboard or flat wooden backing, and draw around them with a pencil to create a template. Cut the pieces of the template using a jigsaw until you have three separate pieces of wood of the same shape and size as your three mirrors. Sand the edges of each piece of wood for a smooth finish. Because the pieces of wood will be behind the mirror and will not be visible, no more finishing is needed.
Glue each mirror on the corresponding wooden hardboard using silicone adhesive. Silicone adhesive will create a watertight seal, allowing the mirror to be used in humid areas such as a bathroom or toilet. Allow the glue to dry completely. Attach a large hinge to the back of the right side of one of the smaller mirrors or outside. Keep the hinge plate on the right edge of the mirror in a central position. Screw it into the wooden backrest with a screwdriver. Repeat the procedure for the left side of another outside mirror or smaller. Place the three mirrors in their final position with the glass facing down. Align the bottom of the three mirrors so that the final product will be level when standing. Keep each hinge plate loose in the smaller mirrors in the position at the back of the center mirror.