I like a mirror in the front hall. Not only does it give you a chance to check your appearance one last time as you go out the door, but a mirror will also make a
small front hall look bigger and brighter. This mirror does triple duty because it also serves as a convenient place to hang up your hat and coat.
The Arched Wall Mirror was originally featured in Workbench Volume 53,
WHAT YOU GET.The
Arched Mirror plan is a six-page, 325K ".pdf" file. It has
step-by-step instructions, detailed drawings, a materials list, and a bonus,
two-page article on stub tenon and groove joinery.
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