A large bathroom mirror can add a sense of space to a bathroom and reflect light, further contributing to an airy feel. The mirror style, but can also make it feel dated. The framing mirror is one of the fastest, cheapest ways to update the mirror and make it reflect your taste and style. You can customize the look depending on the type of frame and color or finish you choose.
Determine how the large bathroom mirror is attached to the wall. If it is glued, leave it on the wall. If it is kept on with decorative mirror hangers (plastic or metal tabs that overlap the edge of the mirror and screwed into the wall), remove the hangers and gently remove the mirror. Measure the mirror and write down the exact dimensions. Select a material for framing. Window or door trim works well for this. For simplicity, choose the trim that has a small socket that will overlap the edge of the mirror. If you do not mind watching the edge of the mirror, you can choose a trim without a fake and just butt trim against the mirror.
Then for update large bathroom mirror, use a saw to cut the trim to the correct dimensions. You can make the corners (cut them at complementary 45 degree angle), or make simple dumbbells, where trim on one side passes at the end of the trim on the other side, making a 90 degree angle. Finish the trim as you wish with stain, paint or paint. Allow target cure for up to two weeks to ensure that it will not react with the mirror or epoxy.