Bathroom Remodeling

Making a Floating Mirror Body – Woodworking





For this establish the shopper desired a personalized walnut mirror body developed that would glance like it is floating off the wall. To accomplish this I designed an inset interior body on …

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  1. Very Nice Brian!! DD

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  2. First time I have stumbled onto your channel. Really nice piece.

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  3. Never really problems with band clamps

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  4. When there's a new Brian Benham video, it's a great day! Been away, so this was a treat to come back to! So great to see your work process and hear your walkthrough. You touch on things I'd never have thought about, like the paper under the joists! lol! Very smart. Didn't realize the full scale until you dropped the glass in. Wow! The final piece looks amazing. You are a true artist, my friend! 🙂

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  5. Nice design Brian. The choice of walnut provides a beautiful accent to the bathroom walls. I noticed you using epoxy on the frame joints. As before, the choice gives you strength and extra working time when working alone. This is one big tip I picked up from watching you.

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  6. Your miter saw station looks a lot like mine, LOL

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  7. Grunting is never a good sign. ; ) Great job.

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  8. Great project and result. Thanks for posting.

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  9. I like this a lot Brian. My wife was just asking about something like this for our new house. I'll have to show her your video. You think splines would reinforce the corners enough?

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  10. Looks awesome, Is a French cleat just a 2×1 with angles one on wall and one on the piece?

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  11. Lovely job Brian. That piece of work will help you reflect on future projects. Keep 'er lit Bro!

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  12. Great job! It's simple but beautiful. Regards from Argentina

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