Installing a wall mirror is a relatively straightforward process, and you can follow these steps:
Gather your materials: You will need a level, a pencil, a drill with drill bits, screws, wall anchors, a measuring tape, and a helper.
Choose the location: Determine where you want to hang the mirror on the wall. Hold the mirror against the wall and make pencil marks at the top corners.
Measure the distance: Measure the distance between the top edge of the mirror and the hanging hardware on the back of the mirror. Then, transfer this distance to the wall with the pencil.
Mark the placement of the screws: Hold the level against the wall, and draw a straight line through the pencil marks you made earlier. This line will indicate the position of the top edge of the mirror. Measure the distance between the screw holes on the mirror's hardware and mark these positions on the wall.
Drill pilot holes: Use the drill and the appropriate size drill bit to create pilot holes where you made your pencil marks. If your wall is made of drywall or plaster, insert wall anchors into the holes.
Mount the mirror: Hold the mirror up to the wall, aligning the screws on the back of the mirror with the pilot holes in the wall. Have your helper hold the mirror in place as you insert the screws through the holes and tighten them securely.
Check the level: Use the level to ensure that the mirror is hanging straight.
Congratulations! You have successfully installed your wall mirror.