Revamp that large bathroom mirror

13 hours ago
I added shelves and some trim to dress up the large bathroom mirror.

*Options I considered for this project:

We considered replacing the mirror altogether, but decided to go the less expensive route first and see how long it would buy us.

*Questions and unexpected events that arose during the project:

I didn't know how well the mirror was attached to the wall. I also didn't know how well my adhesive would adhere to the mirror and trim.

* Cost Comments:

1"x4" MDF (32 ft) - $20

1/2 birch plywd - $15

Trim (40 ft) - $20

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  • Virginia
    virginia Halifax, VA
    Love what you did
  • Trudy
    Trudy Millersville, PA
    Maybe I am misunderstanding your question, but you can't cut the top part of the mirror without taking it down. You will have to do your own design based on what you have, which means the mirror and shelf will go all the wany to the
  • Giselle
    Giselle Canada
    Can you come and do this for me? I love it!
  • Diana Deiley
    Diana Deiley Nokomis, FL
    Gee, can you come to my house and install crown molding for me? Fantastic work. Just WOW :)
  • Candacestarkey
    Candacestarkey Hamler, OH
    great job looks very nice
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