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Diy Bathroom Mirror Frame

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Diy Bathroom Mirror Frame

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Diy Bathroom Mirror Frame

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Diy Bathroom Mirror Frame

Thank you, thank you, thank you!!! Searched everywhere to find out how to frame a mirror with clips. I re-modeled my bathroom and took the wall to wall mirror down. I then cut it a am putting it in the master bath as a full length mirror and wanted to frame it. Home Depot said to put a rail on the bottom and those silly troublesome clips on the sides and top. This is all fine until I want to frame it. Love your suggestion it be easier if I could just glue the mirror to the wall and frame it then but he said not too. Not sure why? It wasn’t glued to begin with. So here’s to framing and hanging the mirror that’s been waiting patiently for 4 months. Thank you again and if you know if I can glue the mirror to the wall that would be helpful too. It’s about 6 ft in height and 3 ft wide.

Diy Bathroom Mirror Frame

Start by determining the size of the existing mirror as well as the new frame. In this case, the mirror was 84” x 36”. With this size, I knew I wanted to frame it with 1×4 for good proportions. Because of the overall style of the bathroom, squared cedar was selected as the frame material. However, this method can be used with any wood type of at least 3/4” thickness, including ornate trims. Since this frame is “floating” on (not attached to) an existing mirror already mounted to the wall, a margin of overlap is left to conceal the edge of the mirror. Be sure to leave at least 2” of material to the outside of the frame, so it can be properly joined in the corners.

Diy Bathroom Mirror Frame

Thanks so much for this. I too have been wondering what to do about those clips. You’ve solved that problem, and I can’t wait to get started. Unfortunately, I still have 2 more things holding me back that I’m hoping you can shed some light on. First, I’m wondering what happens if water or cleaning spray drips down between the wood and the mirror at the bottom. Does the glue hold the wood tight enough to the mirror to prevent this? I have even considered adding caulking there like the other tutorial you referenced does in the corners, and then painting using painter’s tape. But maybe that’s not necessary. What do you think? And secondly, my mirror has a 1″ bevel around the edges. I know I can get trim wide enough to not glue over the bevel and still have enough surface area to glue to the mirror. But my mirror is exposed on the right side and the gap between the wood and the mirror would be very obvious, I think. I’ve thought of guying a little thin strip of wood to glue over the wood, air and mirror on that right side. But that would make the frame a touch wider on the right than on the left, unless I do it for all 4 sides. Maybe if I caulk the small gap that would be created all around on the outside of the front it might look okay. Ugh – now this is getting complicated!! Any other ideas or tips? Thanks a lot! (hopefully my questions aren’t too confusing) Heather

Diy Bathroom Mirror Frame

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