Forgive the really novice questions here, but I'm really new to DIY projects. I have recently bought a full length mirror that is about 50lbs. I want to attach the mirror to my wall between the space of my bedroom door and closet. First, I'm trying to determine how I can accurately measure how to hang the mirror so that it fits nicely in the space and is evenly spaced. Second, since the mirror is pretty heavy, I assume I need to attach to the studs. However, I'm not sure based on the space that I will be able to attach the mirror to the studs. If not, what type of fastner should I use? What is the best option that will not rip out the sheet rock in my wall? See the attached images of the mirror and the space where I want to hang it, the back of the mirror and how it attaches. Also, at the bottom of the mirror there is a strip of wood that is attached with some allen screws. I am guessing I need to remove that. It looks like it is attached if you have the mirror standing on the floor instead of attached to the wall. Again, I know this is probably pretty easy to do, but I'm a total novice and need some guidance, so I don't screw this up. Also, what tools do I need to do I need? (see the attached images) Thanks for any help.