Step 1: Remove the Stop Moldings

Remove the Stop Moldings
Photo: Kristine Larsen
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Remove the top moldings on the back side of the window opening using a small pry bar, and set them aside. Behind the stops are grooves that used to hold the old window glass in place. This is where the new mirror will fit.
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    Tools List

    • flat prybar
      Pry Bar
    • Pencil
    • jigsaw
      Jigsaw
    • hand plane
      Planer
    • random orbit sander
      Palm Sander
    • drill
      Drill/Driver
    • caulk gun
      Caulk Gun

    Shopping List

    1. Windowed cottage door: about $350-$600, The Bank Architectural Antiques

    2. Mirror glass

    3. Antiqued-bronze hooks, Pottery Barn

    4. Sandpaper

    5. Wood glue6. 3-inch trim-head screws

    7. 4-inch screws

    8. Finish nails

    9. Silicone adhesive for mirror glass

    10. Plywood for mirror back