So I made one. Here is how I did it.
Do you have a wall? Well good then, that's the first step. This is my wall.
Now the next two things you need to go out and get. I had this shelf in my kitchen holding my cookbooks. I forgot to take a before picture of it. But it was brown and boring and pretty dang ugly. The next thing is a mirror frame. Now for some reason I buy these at auctions all the time. They are cheap and pretty and ummm, cheap. I think this one came in a lot for which I paid $5.00. You could probably find one at an antique shop for pretty reasonable.
See, I removed the mirror and am only using the frame. The clothes basket full of toys isn't permanent, so don't worry about that. It is just holding the frame up on the wall. VERY professional.
I painted the mirror frame and the shelf white and screwed both to the wall.
I distressed the white paint because it was a little too pristine for my house.
Now it doesn't quite reach the mop board but I wanted the shelf to line up with my trim. I cut a board to place at the bottom to box it in, but it is still wet and I'm impatient, deal with it.
So while the bottom board was drying, I shopped my house and storage for a mirror. I found this one. It is the first antique that I ever bought, 16 years ago. I love it and it looks pretty good here.