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This DIY tutorial will show you how to frame a builder-grade bathroom mirror to add instant character and equity to your bathroom. Adding a frame to a builder grade bathroom mirror is an easy and cost effective way to update the mirror without having to remove it or replace it. This project can be completed ... Read More about DIY: How to Frame A Builder-Grade Bathroom Mirror
Linda Tedesco saved to bathroom
Your guide to turning your house into a home... one DIY project and yard sale find at a time
Eleni Pikouni saved to Decor
I love these types of updates. This only took me a couple of hours (most of that was dry time) and the results are killer! An on trend, black framed mirror of similar size retails for around $700 b…
Elizabeth Ann saved to HOME
Sharing this super EASY HACK to make a STICK-ON wood frame for your contractor grade mirrors.
Give your space an instant designer upgrade with Frame My Mirror. Our Add A Frame® kits offer a DIY solution to those builder basic mirrors. Need a custom size mirror for your space? Enter your dimensions and select your frame style for a complete made-to-order designer mirror. Free shipping available.
Rose Lopresto saved to Masterbath
I’ve seen lots of great framed out mirror’s lately! And I wanted to share mine that I finished a few weeks ago, in the girls’s bathroom. I LOVE the way it turned out! Here’s how we did it! Without ANY nails… As far as the wood supplies, we bought some thick baseboard (I think it…
Donna Coleman saved to Bathroom
In this blog I am going to show you how easy it is to frame out a builders mirror, or any mirror, in your home.
With a few cuts and some glue transform your mirrors! When you hear "builder grade" you probably have the same yellow/beige color I'm thinking of come to mind. You've seen those boring bathroom mirrors that are essentially just glass stuck to the wall. #d
gwen pickens saved to Decorating ideas
I first made a sketch of the layout of my pieces , using the measurements on my mirror. The screen molding was purchased from Home Depot , the thickness of this…
Mary Burgess saved to Diy stuff