Want to see how I upgraded a boring, builder-grade bathroom mirror for under $10?
– Wood Pieces of Choice – Liquid Nails – Clamps – Miter saw – Stain or paint if desired
Using a tape measure, determine the dimensions of your mirror frame. Cut frame using a miter saw making 45 degree angles for the corners.
Once you have made your cuts, I suggest painting or staining the pieces of wood your preferred color before you adhere them. There are endless color options.
Apply adhesive to the back of the frame pieces and clamp to the edge of the mirror. Allow adhesive to dry according to manufacturer’s instructions.
If your builder grade mirror is still attached to the wall, you will need to use either track saw clamps or spring clamps. These are the only clamps that will be able to get behind the mirror.