mdf board–measure your own mirror to determine how much you need
Trim–chose whatever you’d like to add to the mdf board
Miter saw–or other saw to cut your board & trim
This is what our mirror looked like before we started
My handy husband got to work cutting all the pieces, gluing the trim on, & priming & painting them. Once that was finished, it was time to install.
We found that liquid nails AND double-sided tape worked best to make it very secure.
My husband caulked it afterward to make it look even more precise. We switched out the light fixtures as well–which was MUCH needed.
And while we were at it, the other bathroom needed a mirror upgrade as well. It still needs the light fixture replaced, but we will get to that soon.
There you go, pretty easy right?! And what a difference it makes. I’m kicking myself that we didn’t do this sooner.
I’ve been wanting to do this to my bathroom mirrors. It’s on my long projects list. Thanks for sharing here Lindsay. Make sure to stop by and visit her blog. She has some great ideas to share there.