Let's start with the rope mirror from Restoration Hardware. It's an impressive piece made of rope and antique finished iron, coming in at $520. Shown hanging over a bathroom vanity. Now lets check out Leah's version of this rope mirror!
Her Mirror is smaller, without the dark bulky frame, but still has the same vibe, using eye hooks to attach it to the wall. For a detailed tutorial, follow the link. Leah's grandfather was a sailor, and she wanted to incorporate some nautical elements in the nursery of her son without making the room beachy or too cute. The rope mirror was a perfect way to achieve exactly that.
Here's a lovely pair of rope mirrors from Caron's Beach House. There are several styles to choose from, all less than $200.
I love this look too! The rope mirror is hung from the top. Spotted on Apartment Therapy.
Round Rope Wrapped Mirrors from Target.
Rope Mirror from Pottery Barn Kids.
Then Martha Stewart's Rope Mirror How To. This design idea comes with a knot detail. You find the full tutorial on Martha's site!
A thick, braided Rope Mirror seen at Pottery Barn.
Add as many rope circles as you wish! Note the detail that hides beginnings and ends.
And a Pottery Barn inspired DIY Nautical Rope Mirror. I think Pottery Barn had various rope mirror designs in their summer catalog. Kelly used a mirror charger that she glued on a large sturdy foam board. Again, click over for more information, if this is the one for you.
Rope Mirrors by Two's Company. How do you like the square design? I like it! Nate Berkus has a tutorial for this mirror, well, for the round version. Click on How to Make a Rope Mirror for the scoop. Key is, to use chunky rope and to create a loop on top. I've also read that a good and very strong glue to use is Barges Cement. It's a specialty glue normally used in leather crafting. It will securely bond the rough rope to any surface.
Now think of a space that could use some light, a rope mirror might be the perfect addition!