Monday, June 7, 2010

Master Bath Mirror Reveal

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I’ve finally finished our “little” and “simple” mirror update!!


Ta Da!!!



Why is it so hard to get good bathroom pictures? Hopefully you can get the idea.

So, it wasn’t as easy as I had originally planned it to be, but now the guest bathroom mirror should be a cinch after completing the first mirror…and learning a TON along the way.

I love how this turned out and will be sure to write up all the how-to’s (and what not to do’s!) in the near future. Oh and I’m also tackling that oak-a-licious vanity soon as well. Stay tuned!



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15 comments:

  1. Sweet! It looks wonderful. Great job! I agree it is hard to take a good bathroom shot but you made it work. :)

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  2. Looks awesome! I so need to do this in my boys bathroom.

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  3. What a difference a mirror makes in a bathroom. Excellent work!

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  4. I can't wait for you to post about what to do and not do. I'm in the middle of this same project in my condo. We've painted the cabinets to match, which it sounds like you'll be doing as well. Everything is cut and painted and ready to hang the trim...I think I'll wait for your post first! Just in case!
    Can't wait!

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  5. Awesome re-do! I did the same in my bathroom but to be honest, I hired someone to do it, call me chicken! Looks great, Sab!

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  10. Those frames make such a huge difference!! Nice!

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  11. I told my husband just the other day that I'd like to frame out our bathroom mirror. Yours looks great and is a wonderful inspiration to get it done! Thanks for sharing!

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  12. Hello,

    I love this and your bathroom looks almost exactly like mine. Question, does the trim sit off of the mirror? It seems to lay flush with the wall...from the side, can you see the edge of the mirror and also the edge of the trim or does the trim cover the edge of the mirror?

    Lauren
    Dorchester, Ontario

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  13. Hi,

    Thanks for this post, I really want to do this to my bathroom which looks almost the same as yours. Just wondering, does the trim cover the edge of the mirror? From the side (ie: the toilet) can you see both the edge of the mirror and the edge of the trim? Yours looks like the trim sits flush against the wall. Just curious...Lauren Dorchester, Ontario

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  14. Lauren, I'm not sure how to contact you so I hope you get this reply....

    The trim is glued directly to the mirror and covers the edge. Our mirror just happens to be in a little cove of our bathroom so you can't view it from the side. If you could see it from that side view, you would see the mirror and then the trim. I saw one blogger deal with this issue by painting the visible edge of the mirror with same color as the trim to make it blend. Hope this helps!
    sabrina

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