Mirrored chest of drawers – Through the many redesigns of bedroom furniture-from traditional to modern-mirror and dresser combination remains a design standard. Although often seen as a piece that is the mirror often linked to the dresser behind. Attach the mirror to a dresser with hardware or wooden supports. This ensures that the mirror is located in the middle of the chest of drawers and will not slide down by its weight of the glass and frame.
Hardware is used to attach a mirror on the back of mirrored chest of drawers provides both support for the weight and the stability of the mirror frame. Flat bracket plates screwed into the mirror frame on one end and into the back of the dresser on the other end. Heavy-duty brackets will support the weight of the mirror more through their thickness and size.
The shape of your mirror’s frame determines whether a flat, straight, T-shape or L-shape bracket will work best to support your mirror. Line up your mirror with the back edge of your chest and place it in the middle of your Dresser ‘s width. Make sure that your mirror is balanced and level, both side to side and front to back. The mirror should not lean forward or back, and both sides should be based on the dresser. This is a two-person job to hold the mirrored chest of drawers, as it is screwed to the dresser.