Monday, October 24, 2011

$20 DIY Mirror Frame

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I've been wanting to "frame" the mirrors in our bathrooms for like.....forever! 

I've always been a little intimidated by it.  What if I messed it up?

Well, I'm here to tell ya that it is pretttttty easy!



Here's the mirror 
before






Here it is 
after!



A close up of those beautifully mitered corners.....



Sigh.  Love.





I think it turned out pretty great for $20!
 


Come back later this week for the FULL tutorial!

8 comments:

  1. Great job! I'll be looking for the tutorial.

    Nancy

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  2. I have the same type of mirror in our bathroom. Since we are re-doing all the moldings in the house, it would be a great time to frame our mirror too. My husband know how to cut the miters, I will wait for you tutorial so I can know also.

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  3. I have wanted to do this in our bathrooms for so long - so i def be looking for your tutorial!

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  4. this is ever so clever :) I love it, can't wait to see how you did it! xxx

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  5. Wow! That really kicks it up a notch. It looks so nice. Great job!

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  6. I do love this idea - It won't work for us because in our house they used screws inside the mirror with mirrored caps around them. Looks great in your space - An easy update for sure.

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  7. Very nice. It gives it that "finished" look. I have several more to do as well.

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