When we moved into our house, the master bathroom had a really long counter with double sinks...and a GIANT frameless builder grade mirror above it. The ugly mirror wasn't even in good shape--it had some weird, discolored spots on it--so it had to go and we had to come up with a reasonably priced replacement. Read about how we safely took down the old mirror here.
A Wall of Mirrors in the Master Bath
I love a good gallery wall, so I decided "why not a gallery wall of mirrors?!" and I got to work collecting them. I scoured antique malls, thrift shops, and inexpensive retail shops like Target and finally had a big enough collection assembled.
We taped off a space on the floor the same size as the wall so we could figure out the layout. We ended up with one big mirror over each sink and then several small mirrors in the middle. I knew the bathroom would be mostly black and white, so I picked out mirrors that were black, gold, and wood tones to fit in with the neutral with a side of glam metal feel we had going on in there.
Here are the mirrors in the still unfinished bathroom....
And here they are later, with the cabinets painted and the makeover complete! You can check out the whole finished bathroom on my blog.
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Published September 12th, 2017 9:50 PM
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