Concrete Framed Mirrors

These are my picture frames with a mirror in the place of the picture.  Nothing complicated here.  The concrete details are the same as the picture frames.  The mirrors are 1/4″ thick and adhered to the concrete.   They exhibit the same weather proof benefits of the picture frames in that they can be used outside, in the heat, rain, fog, ice and anything else.

Some of the mirrors are for sale at my Etsy store, while others are available by request.

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  3. Robert Boyle says:

    I am a (very) amature photographer and have many images of our bridge here in Charleston, SC. I am framing some prints for my kids one of whom is an architecture student. Originally I was trying to design something with steel cables (cable stayed bridge) and then the concrete idea hit me and I googled you up, nice work. I intend to build the frame to the same angles as the signature diamond piers of the Arthur Ravenel Jr. Bridge. Ill let you know how it comes out.

    • Hi Robert,
      Great idea. I would like to see the end result.
      I lived in Savannah GA for a while and worked for a company that very involved with the construction of that bridge. If I am not mistaken, it is still the longest cable-stayed bridge in the Western Hemisphere.

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