We started with these mirrors in the master bathroom. As you can see there's nothing interesting about them - just a plain mirror hung on the wall.
How to Frame Your Builder Grade Mirror
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When you hear "builder grade" you probably have the same yellow/beige color I'm thinking of come to mind. You've seen those boring bathroom mirrors that are essentially just glass stuck to the wall. I teamed up with a Hometalker who had FIVE of these mirrors in her house and knew she needed an easy way to transform them.
With a few cuts and some glue we transformed these mirrors!
The first thing we did was put up the corner pieces.
Add a bit of glue and press directly onto the mirror. Make sure you are lined up directly into the corner!
Next, measure the space between the corner pieces and cut your trim board to fit!
Glue up your trim boards and use a bit of tape if they need help staying in place.
Once all your trim is in place - add a little extra tape if you notice it's slid down after a few minutes. Once it starts to dry, your pieces will stay in place.
Note: we painted our pieces before putting them up. Much easier to paint before it goes on the mirror!
Allow plenty of time for the adhesive to dry before removing your tape!
Enjoy your beautiful new mirrors!
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