Wood type for mirror frame
termeric last edited by
What type of wood did you use for your frame? i’m not sure what thickness i need to make something that i sturdy enough to hold everything together.
It mostly depends on your design and size of mirror. A sketch or dimensions would be useful.
But as a general guide is if in doubt go bigger/thicker.
Look at some of the builds that have been documented already. You actually see the wood being used.
cowboysdude last edited by
Yes you can use ANY material that you can make work. I would have preferred steel or alum but I have NO clue how to weld and paying someone would be VERY expensive…sooooooooooo I used the material I work with almost everyday…Wood.
It’s inexpensive [depending on what you use] … I used mahogany alot… I have 3 built and they all have that in them…plus pine.