Sunday, March 13, 2011

Mirror Frame

I've seen a lot of people replacing their master bathroom mirrors with 2 smaller framed mirrors. It always looks great but I've also seen people just add a frame to their existing large mirror.

The cheapest frames that I liked were around $50 each - plus we'd have to fix the drywall if it came off with our mirror. And buying a large frame would also cost at least $100.

We went to Lowes and bought some crown molding for $40 to make our own frame. My husband glued, screwed and clamped the crown molding together over night to make a frame.

Then I sanded the corners down and used the rest of my Rust-Oleum Cabinet Transformations from my cabinets to paint it.

LOVE how it turned out. I'll have pictures very very soon! :)


  1. We have done this around our bathroom mirrors, they look great. I can't wait to see your project.

  2. I can't wait to see how your bathroom turns out! Updates soon please!

  3. I've seen them a lot too, which makes me want to try the same! Great progress so far! I'm sure it looks great!!!

  4. Your bathroom looks great!! I am in the process of redoing my bathroom cabinets in espresso (I am waiting for the Top Coat to dry now)! I really love how you framed the mirror-- I love the look of two framed mirrors, but it is a little expensive. How did you hang the frame on the mirror? Did you glue the frame right on it?

  5. @Bailey Hi Bailey - We used mounting tape: We just notched out a section for the clips that were on the mirror in the frame and placed it on top. Hope that helps! Let me know if you have any other questions! :)

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