Overdoor Mirror 27Mar12
My mirror broke the other day. I had one full length mirror hanging on the door that separated my bathroom and closet. So, obviously this door was constantly opening and closing due to people using the bathroom. Actually, it is kind of surprising that the hanging over door mirror lasted for as long as it has. It has been almost 2 years without any problem. Then suddenly it came crashing down. Don’t worry, for those of you who may be superstitious (because I am) the glass in the mirror didn’t break – there won’t be any 7 years of bad luck for me – just a few days of maneuvering to make sure my full outfit looks okay.
Now, it’s just a matter of what do I do next. While I struggle to look at my complete outfits in the mirror daily as the over the door mirror sit on my floor (and even I am too tall for it) I need to come up with a plan for my next mirror. Realistically, I can try to find a way to rehang the one that I have, but the only thing I can think of is double-sided tape, and I just don’t know how long that might last on a door that is constantly opening and closing. So brainstorming ideas, I could go with another overdoor mirror and maybe even hang in on the back of my coat closet door instead of the bathroom door. Or, I could buy a, standing mirror which could also be used for storage space! For someone like me living in such a tiny apartment, this might be a great idea!
Do you have any mirror suggestions? If you live in a small place, is there a mirror you found to be useful to you that doesn’t take up a lot of space?