Okay, now that I’ve finished my son’s room makeover, let’s get back to the guest bath (that also happens to be the kid’s bath) makeover.
This is the third installment of my guest bathroom makeover…we started with striping the walls….
Next step is adding some ‘Pizz-azz’ to the mirror over the vanity.
Since I’m only a half-assed blogger…this sliver of the plain mirror is the only thing I’ve got as a ‘before’:
But you can imagine it in your creative minds, right? Basic flat mirror the width of the vanity and the height of the door. (yaaaaaawwwwwnnnnn)
Since I didn’t want to rip it down (and deal with what might be going on underneath?!?! Heck no! We’re going for cheap, remember?!), framing it was my best option. There are lots of ways to DIY some Pizz-azz in your mirror.
You could use crown molding from the hardware store, painted or stained in the color of your choice:
Those are just shadows in the pic above, there is no gap between the strip and the mirror.
Once everything was in place, I used clear silicone caulk to seal the outside edges of the big mirror. It just helped to clean everything up.
I’m really happy with how it turned out. And I’ve had no problems cleaning it….I use Windex and just clean it as one big mirror.
I wish they made sheets of this stuff and you could use it to make mirror furniture!! This is the last update on the guest bath….the new faucet is being installed this week, so I’ll have the full reveal soon! What do you think so far?