How to cover up part of a large mirror in the bathroom

Lynn Owens
by Lynn Owens
I just want to have the area over the double sinks open. What can I used? I need suggestions. Sorry, no photo.
  7 answers
  • Lainy222 Lainy222 on Aug 24, 2015
    You could add molding in a square or rectangle depending on the shape of your original mirror, to frame in the reflection and cut down the mirror surface. There are some beautiful combinations you could try -
  • Tommie Tommie on Aug 24, 2015
    Use the top of a small hutch or cubbies or hang a piece of art with 3M hangers.
  • Karen Karen on Aug 24, 2015
    You could add shallow upper cabinets for extra storage. Or you could wallpaper that section only.
  • Selena Selena on Aug 25, 2015
    Check out your local tile store. See if you like the color and style of their mosaic tile sheets. Easy to install.
  • Linda Linda on Aug 25, 2015
    Wallpaper will stick or paint a section to match wall color. If unframed maybe put a frame around remaining mirrored section in a contrasting color
  • Stephanie Fudge Stephanie Fudge on Aug 25, 2015
    I have recently seen a mirror framed with broken dvd and cd's in a mosaic design, very iridescent. I am adding it to my bathroom redo as I have 4 very large mirrors that I hate, and a ton of cd's.
  • Lynn Owens Lynn Owens on Aug 25, 2015
    thanx, great idea.