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Carved Dark Wood Grain Framed Mirror, 76x46 in.

Item #150393
$89.97 $159.99
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Transform the look of your space with the organic allure of our Carved Dark Wood Grain Framed Mirror! You'll love how this mirror's carved details give it a chic and contemporary shine!

  • Overall mirror measures 45.5L x 1.25W x 75.5H in.
  • Mirror measures 36L x 66H in.
  • Crafted of polystyrene
  • Dark wood grain finish
  • Carved details
  • Beveled glass
  • Comes ready for wall mount; no additional hanging hardware required
  • Care: Dust with a soft, dry cloth. To clean mirror, spray a small amount of glass cleaner onto a lint-free cloth and wipe clean.

This item is available at Kirklands.com only, not available in stores.

Carved Dark Wood Grain Framed Mirror, 76x46 in. is rated 3.8 out of 5 by 4.
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Cheap looking The "wood grain" looks and feels like plastic. The only reason I kept it is because it would probably cost more than $100 just for a mirror that size. I will be reframing.
Date published: 2016-09-05
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great mirror especially for the price! Bought this for our master bathroom. Can't find any mirrors even close to this size for this price. We are going to paint the frame white to match. Beautiful mirror and can't beat the price!
Date published: 2017-12-21
Rated 5 out of 5 by from What a deal!!! Bring a tape measure and a HUGE vehicle. Our dodge caravan with fold away seats barely fit this mirror. The quality of the frame was much higher than mentioned by the earlier reviewer...I guess some expect a custom cedar frame on a monstrous sized mirror, for less than $200. This mirror would be $500 in other stores...trust me, I looked diligently. Installing by hanging on the wall could be difficult if you don't know what you are doing. No one, including me, would recommend it so they don't get sued for negligence of others...but we hung it and it worked very well. We put three tiny L-brackets in three studs on a level line we drew at the bottom where we wanted the bottom of the frame to rest. We then put F-26 on the back (stuff is better than liquid nails I think), and got 2 people to hold it up against the wall as it rested on small L-brackets. We had removed the D-rings off the back for hanging the mirror, opting not to use them, so it would be flush against the wall. Then, I drove three 2 & 1/2" GRK screws thru the frame into three studs at the top. Sucker ain't coming down. L-Brackets in studs at bottom hold the weight, while F-26 and screws into studs at top hold mirror against the wall, and the frame is supported in this way that it can't fall apart....heavy mirror, about 55lbs so you wanna do it correctly. It is very important you look on the back of the frame and notice the notch where the mirror is, so that you don't drive a screw thru the frame into the glass. We drove the screws between the mirror, and top thick part of the frame and it worked incredibly well. I believe three toggle or Molly bolts in drywall would hold this guy up, but it does not pass my safety meter so I highly discourage the standard hanging way on this enormous mirror. The mirror fit perfect over our countertop in the 84" space we had.
Date published: 2017-12-24
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Good price, but a very weak frame. The size and look is o.k., but the frame is very weak.
Date published: 2017-12-04
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Can this frame be hung in either direction?

Asked by: Bill54
Yes, but only at your own risk. It hung nicely for us. Read my recent review how we hung it. I used screws thru frame into studs at top and l-brackets into studs on bottom. Drywall hanging not recommended.
Answered by: Troubaduo
Date published: 2018-02-24
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