Small bathroom mirrors – Unfinished mirrors are a standard rack in bathrooms in houses and apartments. Normally held against the wall with glue and plastic clips at the edges, adding a frame to this type of mirror gives it a new look. Foam distances are widely available and are available in different dimensions. When glued to the back of a custom mirror frame, they drive the frame away from the glass and lift above the surface of the plastic clamp. This process guarantees a level mirror frame installation without chisel or clip removal.
Measure the length and height of the small bathroom mirrors with a metal tape measure. Cut image framing, decorative furniture or architectural trim to height and width measurements of the mirror. A frame store or home improvement store can make cuts for you if you do not have a table saw or jigsaw. Use a 45 degree angle to make those corner-end cuts. Sand the edges and dry fit pieces to the mirror to make sure your measurements are correct. Hold the frame upwards toward the mirror to “dry fit” it.
Paint or color frame pieces before installing them on the small bathroom mirrors. Follow color or bets instructions to get a professional finish. Rotate pieces of the frame over and apply trim to edge cuts. Place the pieces together and clamp them until dry. Apply hot glue dots on the back of the frame and place half inch foam spaced panes along the perimeter of the frame. Place the distances every 2 inches but avoid the area where the plastic clips will hit the picture frame. Apply a heavy Velcro tape over foam distances along several inches of the back of the frame. Place it on all four sides of the frame.