Mirror, Mirror

My husband went to Minnesota this past weekend to videotape our big dance recital of the year…6 shows with a total of about 250 dances! Yippee! Since our backyard project is at a standstill without him, I had to find something to keep myself occupied.

I decide to tackle the boring mirror in the master bathroom.

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While I was at it, I decided to spruce up the guest room bathroom mirror as well.

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For the master bathroom, I went with a wood frame around the mirror. I bought primed molding and corner pieces from Lowe’s, painted them with a few coats of white chalkboard paint that I already had mixed up and sprayed them with glossy sealant. After sticking the pieces directly to the mirror with adhesive, the mirror is all pretty and fancy now.

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Here’s another look.

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For the guest bathroom, I saw self-adhesive tile sheets and decided to give them a try. I just cut the 10 x 10 squares into 3 pieces and stuck them around the edge of the mirror.

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Much better!

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Two quick and easy and relatively inexpensive ($75 for both mirrors) projects for my weekend alone.

 

 

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7 thoughts on “Mirror, Mirror

  1. Love both of them…..much improved the looks of each bathroom. Great job. When is Carl going to have you making this a side line business added onto your many bookkeeping jobs?

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