Bathroom mirrors are often simple things with no frame around them. For whatever reason, this was a long time trend that still lives on in homes. This can make your bathroom look unfinished at best.
Luckily, framing a bathroom mirror is quick and easy. It’s a DIY project that anyone can do!
Here are two ways to frame a bathroom mirror and upgrade your water closet’s look.
1. Use a picture frame
This is really the easiest way! Measure your existing bathroom mirror, then go on the hunt for a frame to hang around it. Check out garage sales, antique stores, and second-hand shops if you want some character and are budget conscious. All you’ve got to do then is to attach the new frame around your existing mirror and voila! You’ve upgraded your bathroom quickly and easily.
You can also check out this guide on how to frame a mirror.
2. Make a frame out of molding
If you’re a little handier or just want something more custom, you can make your own frame out of molding. Baseboard molding is a great choice. Be sure to cut the corners at a forty-five degree angle to keep them looking finished.
Paint your frame to match your décor and you’re ready to go! This DIY bathroom project is by far one of the simplest upgrades possible, and it can dramatically improve the look of your bathroom.