Hanging a large mirror is no easy task. It requires level points of contact with the wall, strong and sturdy hardware, and multiple people for lifting and hanging. Which is why at ILevel, we frequently get called in to help clients with mirror hanging projects. Many people just don’t want to risk going the DIY route with expensive, heavy mirrors.
If you’re thinking about calling in a professional to install a mirror, below are some examples of our recent mirror hanging projects to help you get a better idea of the size and scale of the pieces we’ve worked with.
A quatrefoil-shaped mirror hung at a home in Bridgehampton was small, but surprisingly heavy.
Another mirror hanging in the Bridgehampton home, this time in a bedroom.
Hanging mirrors over fireplace mantles is another common request. This project turned out beautifully.
Antique style or gilded mirrors, like the porthole-shaped one below, can be especially heavy to hang (this one was also top-heavy), so be wary of trying to do-it-yourself.
Want to discuss the options for your mirror hanging project? Give us a call at 212.477.4319 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.