I have a closet full of these shelving standards that let you place adjustable height shelves. The vertical support bars have two columns of holes, which the shelves lock into with some prongs on the end.
But rather than mounting more shelves, I actually want to mount a full length mirror. And when I talk about vertical support bars, here's a photo to better describe what I mean:
The mirror is 6' tall and wider than the gap between any two bars. So I can't mount it directly on the wall; I have to use the bars. (The reason I can't mount the mirror to the wall is because those bars protrude maybe an inch from the wall, meaning they would create that much of gap between the mirror and the wall.)
So I'm wondering if there is any kind of hardware that can mount into these support bars, but also screw into the back of the mirror frame? I'm picturing maybe a metal plate with screw holes, but also with double prongs sticking out on one side that would have to look very similar to the same type of prongs circled here:
Does any such hardware exist? I'm having a really difficult time searching for it.