For those who have a smaller bathroom mirror, remove it, frame it and hang it support. Elaborate frames are found at yard sales and thrift stores, and you may use them to give your bathroom a stylish or Victorian aesthetic. Even searching for a simple streamlined frame and painting it inside a bright color can boost the visual appeal of your bathroom mirror. For any false wood frame on the large mounted mirror, glue strips of wood siding towards the borders of the mirror itself. You are able to stain the wood or let it rest raw, depending on your preferences.
When you’re interested in creating a busier and much more elaborate look for your bathroom, add false plants for your mirror. Use hot glue to connect the false plants or just wedge them behind the mirror’s frame. A few examples include silk flowers placed in the corners of your bathroom mirror design or ivy stuck around the frame.
Use cup hooks secured towards the corners of your mirror to hold up swags of fabric. Choose fabric that suits the décor of your bathroom, and hang up them up to soften the perimeters of an unframed mirror. Gather the swags of material with ribbons and bows to have an elaborate look. For a simpler look, choose fabric that’s a single solid color but which complements the colour of your towels and your tiles. Choose fabric that’s easily washed. By choosing bargain fabrics, you have a number of choices for a small amount of money, and you may switch them out because the mood takes you.
Hang an inferior mirror on the wall opposite your primary mirror. A smaller mirror helps you to open up the space and make it appear larger. For any more varied effect, select a number of small mirrors and hang up them on a wall opposite a bigger mirror.
Use enamel paint to produce a border of flowers or curvy shapes within the mirror. Paint a design freehand or use stencils purchased in the craft store to obtain a sharp clear image around the mirror.