That title is a mouthful, but really this project deserves a thorough name. To put it short and sweet, we took down the large mirror in our main bathroom and replaced it during our renovation. It had been sitting in our girls playroom, acting, as a makeshift dance mirror for over a year until one day I had the idea to turn it into the mirror of my dreams. I’ve been wanting a large, floor mirror for a while, and I love the Primrose mirror from Anthropologie and the Amelie mirror from Arhaus, but my budget was not in concordance. Some creativity and wrestling of our vanity mirror later, and I had my dream mirror. Here’s how it went down!
STEP 1: BUILD THE FRAME
I used I used picture frame moulding to create a frame. Using wood glue and staples to secure the mitered corners (cut on my miter saw). I used corner clamps to hold everything in place while the glue dried.