Want to put a frame around a mirror in guest bathroom?
Hi Maryann. Here is a great post on how to frame a builders grade mirror with directions. Hope it helps... https://www.hgtv.com/design/rooms/bathrooms/how-to-frame-a-plate-glass-wall-mirror
Hello. This Hometalk project link may be informative. I hope it may have a project suitable for your need.
Here's some ideas:
Use Timber Molding or Wallpaper Border or Stick on Tile covers or Trim with Ribbon or braid etc.......Best wishes
There are several projects showing how to do this. You can search by frame mirror to choose your favorite. I’ve seen tile, wood, and metal.
Frame it for $20 or less!
You can buy picture molding at Home Depot and make a wooden frame that you attach to the wall. The rabbit in the wood will cover the edge of the mirror.
This site sure makes it look easy!
Hi Maryann: Home improvement stores has molding that has a lip in the back that will wrap around your mirror. It comes in many designs and widths. Just be sure to get more than you need so you can practice making the miter edges (practice, practice, practice!) or, you can make the butt ends, which aren't as pretty, but easier to do. Then, paint or stain as you like and insert your mirror and hang. Good luck
Hi there: the easiest way is to get molding at Home Depot or Lowes, and get the designer corners. Measure well, and Home Depot or Lowes will even cut the molding to size for you. Remember to take into account the width of the corner pieces. Paint, let dry and then use construction glue and glue them right on the mirror frame. No miter cuts are needed for this.
Hi Mayann, you can put a frame right on the wall around the miror withiut having to remove it, hope this helps you out.