Updating bathroom mirrors

Here’s another example of a bathroom before: And after, with a frame: Does anyone have one of these mile-long mirrors in their master bath? Mine is “seamless,” though, and I have no idea how to remove it–and get it downstairs and out the door and to the curb without killing myself (what a way to go–flattened by a mirror! We removed the smaller ones from our other bathrooms and even they were a challenge.

(They weigh more than you’d think.)First, the bathroom before: And after, with floating frames over each sink: Here’s one more naked mirror, before: And after: If these makeovers don’t convince you to ditch your plain-Jane bathroom mirrors, I don’t know what would.

Jann Seal is published in magazines throughout the country and is noted for her design and decor articles and celebrity *in-home* interviews.

These are great because they are flexible and they last a long time! Now, go back and fill any gouges and scratches that your boards have with 3M Wood Filler .

If you are staining, make sure to get the stainable wood filler! I stained the boards with Rust-Oleum Dark Walnut stain and attached them with 1-1/4″ pocket hole screws. We are going to hang this beauty with 3M Command Strips!

Just place the board in with the angle flush against the base of the Jig. We want these frames to look very smooth and clean because they are going to be mirror frames.

I used pine boards to save money but we need to use a little elbow grease to clean them up before we stain them!

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