Updating your bathroom
They have so much movement and drama, I half expect a face to appear and tell me that I am, “the fairest of them all.” Ardor has a tutorial on how to make your own version here.Even if you choose super expensive tile, this is a cheap option because you only need a few feet for a frame (measure and calculate based on your mirror’s dimensions).Source: House and Home Imagine these his and hers mirrors hung onto a builder’s mirror—so Fab you would never even notice the plain Jane mirror underneath!Use a stencil and glass paint to revamp the look of an existing mirror.Use caulk to glue the tile onto your mirror and then grout.Source: Houzz Buttons, coins from your travels, silk flowers, driftwood, barn wood, a pretty tray, old windows—you are only limited by your imagination.Have fun, take some risks—glue, caulk, and paint can be removed pretty easily with a paint scraper when you are ready to try something new. Source: Honey Sweet Home Source: Source: Now & Then Source: Atlanta Homes Source: ps by Dila Source: BHGThere are endless options for framing out a plain mirror — just let your imagination carry you away.
The challenge is to make the bathroom pretty (or at least livable) in the meantime without spending a lot of $$$ because it’s just a temporary fix…you know, until you can really get in there and tear some walls out!
Over the years, the grout between the tiles gets dirty and if they don’t get cleaned regularly they can become pretty gross…