Actually, I have found an easier way compared to EZ anchors. When you use the PowerHook picture hanger, it holds up to 120 pounds on drywall with no need for a stud. There is just one hook and no need for multiple screws or a power drill to screw into the wall.
Screw mirror brackets into the studs. (By mirror brackets, I mean the small gripper bracket that are almost invisible and use one screw each. )
Very carefully.^ --lol.or maybe you don't hang it. It's a floor mirror.
Get Kevin to do it
You need to have good backing between the studs. We use 2x8 or 2x10. I have had many jobs that the plans call for mounted tv's.
Yes. Simple curved wires are made specifically for this purpose and only involve pushing them through the drywall surface and turning the hanging portion upright. The hangers are rated for 80 pounds each and they work really well. Ask for them at any home improvement store. They may not look substantial but they are.
Find the wall studs by tapping or by using a cheap tool called a stud finder. Use screws of at least 2 inches long into the studs. Use a drill a little smaller than the screws holes in the walls and then drill some whole in the sides of your mirror. Use a screwdriver to screw the screws through the mirror into the wall.
You'd likely want to have a stud finder if you can't find them manually.You'll want to put two wood anchors securely into two studs and secure the mirror by these.
Hang them exactly where the woman of the house wants them. There is no code as to where to hang them, it is your choice.
Use 1 stud and a wall anchor on the other end.
if it is a lightweight mirror, use VERY STRONG adhesive padding.
You can't . You must either remove the mirror or build a box around it.
There are still studs beneath the plaster and laths they are just harder to find than a modern built wall.
It is not good t hang mirror on back of door according to Feng-Shui. But a sturdy mounting and strong support is necessary and preferable mirror should be small so that the weight will be less.
you can hang them on any window, or even a mirror.
You should hang a mirror at least 6 feet high from the floor when hanging it behind a dining room table. You don't want to hang it lower than that because it will reflect the table.
The height that suits you most. (Your hight)
A mirror and a 20 questions game.
lag bolts driven into studs
Find a stud using a stud finder. You can buy them at the hardware store. Drive a nail and then hang the mirror off it.
Mount the box one to two inches above where the top of the mirror will be.
It all depends on your personal preference :)
2 oto 3 inches
Sometimes the mirrors are too thick to hang tassels are traditional Asian amulets. In this case, you will need to cut the loop on top of the tassel and tie it around the mirror like a necklace.
The bottom of the mirror frame should be 6-8" above the top of the table. 6" is ideal.