Acrylic console table – If you can use hangers that you can nail directly in the rules of the wall, go for it. More often, however, the studs are not released comfortably at the place you selected in the mirror. Fortunately, there is more than one way to accomplish this task. Screw the lifting eyes on the back of the mirror’s frame approximately 1/4 of the way down the two sides. The lifting eyes should be large enough to hold the weight of the mirror. Use a drill to begin the holes for the lifting eyes so that you do not break the frame. Drive the picture thread back and forth between the lifting eyes several times, twist threads as you go.
Stand the mirror on the floor and pull the cable upward as if the mirror hung from the wall. Measure the distance between the top of the frame and the highest point cable when it is stretched. Measure and mark the center of the image on the back with a pencil. Measure to find the center of the acrylic console table. Hang a plot from a string and hold the string against the wall. When solder is set at the center of console table, mark the wall using the string as your guide. Using one level, draw a short vertical line at that time on the wall. Hold the mirror on the wall where you want to install it. Ask a helper to evaluate if you have the mirror high enough on the wall.
Choose a triple nail hanger that will hold the weight of your mirror to hang over acrylic console table. Place the triple nail hanger so that the hook over which cord will go is on the brand you just did. Pound in three nails with hammer. Due to the design of the hanger, the nails will enter the wall at an angle. Triple nail hangers are available at home improvement stores, arts and crafts stores and image framing shops. Place the picture cable on the back of the mirror over the hook and adjust the mirror so that it is the level. Do these through the eye or using water pass.