How to frame a bathroom mirror? Perhaps this question is in your head when you see the plain mirror on your bathroom wall. You don’t spend time in the bathroom as much as you do on the living room or bedroom, but the atmosphere you created there can affect your mood all day. When you wake up in the morning, you go straight to the bathroom to prepare for various activities. If you have a beautiful and comfortable bathroom, of course you will feel happy and ready to get through the day.
If you are familiar with those ugly plastic clips that are holding your mirror to the wall, it’s time to enhance the appearance. It is a very easy DIY project so you don’t need to hiring someone to do it for you. So, how to frame a bathroom mirror? You’ll need thin pressure washers, baseboard moulding, miter saw, measuring tape, paint, paint brush, caulk, Liquid Nails and caulk gun. First, remove the plastic clips and replace it with pressure washer. Measure the mirror and wall, and then cut four pieces of moulding using a miter saw (set the miter saw on a 45 degree angle). You can also cut them with a regular saw and miter box (a plastic tool used to cut perfect 45 degree angles).
Next, paint the back of the molding, and once it is dry, paint a finishing coat to eliminate flashing and texture differences on the molding. Apply Liquid Nails to the back of the bottom piece using caulk gun, then the side pieces and the top piece. If the mitered joints don’t match perfectly, use caulk to make it perfect. That’s it! Now you have a brand new bathroom mirror. I hope this article answers the “how to frame a bathroom mirror?” question. Share your ideas and tips on the comments section below.