Building a Modern Full Length Mirror and Stand | Woodworking Project

In this video, I’m building a modern full-length mirror reminiscent of the mid-century dressing mirrors. This mirror incorporates a storage drawer and the mirror pivots so you can adjust its position. I used some fun woodworking techniques like rounded miters, stopped dados, and a bunch of other woodworking tricks to achieve the waterfall grain pattern I was looking for.

If you want to make your own standing mirror, make sure to check out the plans below, enjoy the build!

50 Free Woodworking Plans

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Items Used
Magswitch FeatherBoard –
Whiteside 2010 Roundover Bit –
Titebond II Extend –
Titebond II Dark Wood Glue –
Woodpeckers Stainless Steel Square – 6″ –
Woodpeckers 24″ Rule –
Woodpeckers Pocket T-Square Set –
INCRA Miter1000/HD Miter Gauge –
Blum Tandem Drawer Slides –
Connector Bolts:

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Music by Epidemic Sound

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