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Bathroom Mirror Framed with Crown Molding

We framed our builder-grade bathroom mirror using crown molding. For more details, please see http://www.whateverislovely-blog.com/2012/07/23/master-bathroom/

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  • Linda W
    Linda W Cincinnati, OH
    on Sep 4, 2012

    The way you framed your mirror, looks like it would be easier for a novice like me because there is no corners to miter. I have the exact same set up as in your photo. I just thought this morning that I would like to come up with something to "cover" the mirror on the medicine cabinet. Maybe put a picture on it with some removable adhesive and add a frame? Love your idea!

    • Katrinka Finkelstein
      Katrinka Finkelstein Chisago City, MN
      on Sep 25, 2016

      I found a picture I loved at a thrift store and used liquid nails to put it over the ugly "medicine chest" since the mirror is useless in that space.

  • WhateverisLovely-Blog.com
    WhateverisLovely-Blog.com Jupiter, FL
    on Sep 4, 2012

    Thanks, Linda! I love your idea of covering the medicine cabinet mirror. I may have to try that out, too, because the glass on ours is getting worn at the bottom.

  • Andrea S
    Andrea S Canada
    on Mar 31, 2013

    This looks very nice. I mitered the corners of my frame and I will have to fix it. Thanks for the idea.

  • Susan mcneill
    Susan mcneill Hazlehurst, MS
    on Mar 2, 2015

    I know this will sound dumb but did you just glue it to the mirror? If so, what adhesive did you use?

  • Kristi Vance Colgan
    Kristi Vance Colgan Mesa, AZ
    on May 24, 2015

    I wonder how this would look when there is more wall to the right of the mirror? Yours is wall to wall. Our toilet & shower is right next to the mirror. The molding would have to be finished. Beautifully done.

    • WhateverisLovely-Blog.com
      WhateverisLovely-Blog.com Jupiter, FL
      on May 26, 2015

      Hey Kristy! I think it would look great. And yes, you'd want to make those little side pieces to finish off the crown. Good luck!

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