Updating bathroom mirrors
Since I was unable to find a tutorial that dealt with those pesky little buggers, I was left to my own devices (which isn’t always a good thing – but this time it worked out) and came up with a way. Materials (includes affiliate links): Measure the outside dimensions of the mirror.
I have been wanting to frame my bathroom mirrors since, well, forever. It seems like such an easy DIY that practically anyone could do and makes such a dramatic difference. My mirrors are attached with those pesky, little metal clips.
The project is not complete and I will create one post that will include all the projects I have done in this makeover when they are all totally complete.
Apply Liquid Nails adhesive to the back of the frame pieces, then place the frame pieces in place on the mirror.Our design experts have some great advice on choosing the Right Size Vanity. Are you considering a complete set or separate cabinet and top?We have a full selection of cabinet finishes and top materials to choose from.So if you’ve been yearning to frame your clipped on mirrors, read on! Cut the wood to the dimensions measured at a 45 degree angle Place the piece of wood against the mirror and mark the location of the clips with a pen or pencil.
Using a utility knife, carefully make slices into the wood between the marks.
Knowing the height, width and depth of your current cabinetry is just the start.