How to add molding around your bathroom builder grade mirrors.
One thing I hate about some of the newer bathrooms is the large builder grade mirrors.
Now…. you can rip them down, which in turn will cause wall damage, then you have to drywall and paint all over again.
The boys bathroom was the last to have the mirrors not finished with molding.
This weekend hubs was OFF and he actually said he would do this project for me.
YAY! I love it when I do not have to beg. So here is how it went down.
1. First we measured the mirror.
2. Then a trip to Home depot to buy the already primed molding.
We also bought wood appliques to go in each corner…for one thing it just makes cutting easier.
You just do a straight cut.
A quick coat of white spray paint.
We USED two sided tape to adhere the molding around the mirrors. It was industrial type, and AWESOME!
You can find that at the hardware store as well.
We have used the glue in the past, and not an easy quick dry. And you have to stand there forever waiting for it to somewhat stick. So we skipped the glue.
The cost to do both mirrors was $50.00 total there and as you can see these are larger.
I am so happy to be done with builders mirrors. You too can do this project, even you gals on your own, it really was that easy. You can acutally cut the wood at Home depot, or Lowes.
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