Robert A
Robert A
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  • Dacula, GA

Revamp that large bathroom mirror


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
Before project began
Before project began
Added shelving unit and attached to wall just above mirror to help anchor the weight
Added shelving unit and attached to wall just above mirror to help anchor the weight
Set out the trim and molding
Set out the trim and molding
Used GOOP adhesive to position MDF on mirror front.  It was held in place by tape until it dried
Used GOOP adhesive to position MDF on mirror front. It was held in place by tape until it dried
Finished product without cutting or removing the original mirror.
Finished product without cutting or removing the original mirror.

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  • Judy
    on Nov 16, 2017

    I see the lighting fixtures were relocated, did you do this or hire an electrician to rewire for separate fixtures?
  • She33796290
    on Jul 14, 2018

    Where did you get shelving unit?

  • Dmorningstar
    on Feb 21, 2019

    Did anyone find the shelving unit and what kind of wood is used to frame the mirror?

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