Hello everyone! Last project I had been on here about really turned out like I hoped. This time around, I’ve got an expensive idea that’s important to me and I need to figure it out.
I’ve contacted a local mirror place who might be willing to give suggestions and I also know a handyman or whatever you call his job.
I’m not very experienced in this field, but I always put great effort and stress into whatever I set myself towards.
What I’m planning is a large-ish trifold mirror paired with another mirror structure (maybe tri or bi or single) so that I can stand and see behind my own back.
The angles and construction are crucial here.
I’m almost certainly gonna have to post back when I find my apartment layout sheet or I can snap some pictures.
The purpose is to be able to practice posture, adjust and flex my shoulders so they are in proper place (exercise), maybe other stuff such as vanity or walking or (dancing haha). I’m putting a pretty penny down and this is gonna fill up tons of space in my apartment. I’ll rearrange my furniture according to this.
The angles! Oh, the arms of the trifold have to have the right length and angles. Maybe adjustable angle. This likely won’t be practical to make freestanding. Another dilemma is how far away the second structure will be, making the image seem a mile away once it bounced back and forth.
The lighting, maybe I’ll someday want to install a fitness machine, the angles, making the second structure a single or bi or tri?
Please let me know if there’s other info needed, if you guys might have any advice, anything. You guys rock ;)
Hopefully I can go find my camera or layout sheet, if not just sketch it or measure.