How can I decorate my big bathroom mirror?

Any ideas how to decorate my big mirror in my bathroom? it does not have a frame!
  12 answers
  • Hillela G. Hillela G. on Feb 28, 2017
    You can stenciil a design on the edge and bedazzle it! Have fun with it!

  • KatAych KatAych on Feb 28, 2017
    You can glue small mosaic tile squares around it.

  • Denise Denise on Feb 28, 2017
    I redid my mother's bathroom mirror. Cut crown molding and framed it out. White glossy paint. It is a definite improvement!

  • Hillela G. Hillela G. on Mar 01, 2017
    Here are some more ideas for inspiration:

  • Dgr21427529 Dgr21427529 on Mar 09, 2017
    If you have room between your light fixture and your mirror, you could add a shelf the length of your mirror in between and add décor on the shelf.

  • Bri15302166 Bri15302166 on Mar 12, 2017
    You can hang a couple of panels on a pretty curtain rod above the mirror and let the panels drape around the mirror I have done this before and it looks very elegant if that's the look you're going for. Q

  • Ltt834476 Ltt834476 on Mar 12, 2017
    Lowe's and Home Depot have different size decorative boards. Make your own frame. Paint or stain it to match your decor

  • Marsha Milstock Marsha Milstock on Mar 19, 2017
    You can add a frame around it. And or is you have room make a mosaic around it. a fun way to use up broken pottery, tiles. And the mirror can be functional as well. Hang little tins from it and each member of the family can have a place to put their toothbrush.

  • Claude Claude on Mar 20, 2017
    Frame it! It's so easy to do!

  • Marsha Milstock Marsha Milstock on Mar 20, 2017
    Thank you

  • Cheryl Buchholz Tulloch Cheryl Buchholz Tulloch on Mar 25, 2017
    i framed the one in basement bath with 3" baseboard, painted it and glued on sea shells.
    upstairs we bought 12x12 sheets of tiles ie: 1" squares on a netting material. Then added grout that comes in many colours to match. I also added a couple of rows to the legging around the back splash. Since these are one inch squares, I cut out a space of 4 tiles on each corner, remember they are 1" sqauared, then added in its place a turquoise accent 2" square decorative tile. It fits perfectly with the ones I cut away.
    The mirror comes outward with mirror doors that open to cabinets. Old school, but look Awsome now. Above the tile on top of the mirror I added a really nice bar of lights with large cup type inverted glass with bulbs inside. I cannot believe the outcome. It looks professionally done, but is so easy. Many color choices on the 1" squares, 2" sqauares and the grout. Possibilities endless and repels water that splashes.