Bathroom Remodeling

Do it yourself LED “Framed” Mirror | Modern day Builds | EP. 74





At extensive last, the mirror video clip is finally concluded. This task experienced a lot roadblocks along the way, but the remaining version of the mirror arrived out good! This is element of the Rest room Renovation Less than $500 video which is joined in this article:

Exclusive thanks to RyobiNation for sponsoring this online video and supporting Modern day Builds!
Task Posting:

Contemporary Builds Signature Pomade:

LED light Package I applied (I reported 5000k, I Intended 4000k):
Extra Strand of Lights:
Wooden Stain:
Adhesive I used:

___
DONT Ignore TO LIKE Remark AND SUBSCRIBE.
Subscribe:
___
Add ME ON:
Instagram: | @modernbuilds
Facebook:
Subscribe:
Web site:
___
Many thanks for watching! -Mike Montgomery
Modern day BUILDS

supply

50 comments

  1. From perspective of semiprofesional furniture maker… That's terrible terrible work I see here. But hey, builder happy, viewers happy, what more could you want?!

    Reply
  2. thanks for the video. i have read mixed opinions on adhering mirror directly to wood/wall with no clips or channels. has the dow product worked well? does anyone else have opinions or experiences? thanks in advance.

    Reply
  3. With all those expensive power tools and plywoods to invest in the first place I would rather just get a new one at the bathroom accessories store .

    Reply
  4. The internet is a awesome tool when you use for good stuff like this video. Thank you

    Reply
  5. What if I wanted to make a vanity table style with this mirror? Is that possible?

    Reply
  6. What were you thinking with that centering method? Literally 2 diagonal lines to find the middle of the plate

    Reply
  7. SO DIY is not recommended, right ?

    Reply
  8. Is the front of the mirror surface still entirely reflective? Is there any way to have a hidden LED border until turned on?

    Reply
  9. Pretty good, great job love the way it came out 🤩

    Reply
  10. Can you write the dimensions of the mirror because I would like to build the same exact thing

    Reply
  11. This is great. Thanks for working through the hard parts.

    Reply
  12. What is with all the hand waving?

    Reply
  13. baole loot liya tujhe. junglie janwar . bawle chal

    Reply
  14. How do you change the iight bulb when it's died?

    Reply
  15. Cool video

    Reply
  16. The link for the LED kit isn't valid anymore, as I do know it was posted a while ago, but can you link something similar for me? My mirror that I bought actually broke and I want to replace the LED lights in there

    Reply
  17. Could you please provide the place where you got the mirror? i tried looking for a local place who could do etch mirrors but i couldnt find one

    Reply
  18. can you please let me know the dimension of the glass ?

    Reply
  19. Thank you for the honesty on how many attempts needed to make it to the final build. Appreciate the realism in the world of DIY. Kudos.

    Reply
  20. 😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂 I saw the pliers lmfao

    Reply
  21. The flickering light at the top – are those underpowered or is that just a camera artifact due to the hz of the light?

    Reply
  22. Glad to see it finally done.

    Reply
  23. Loveeeee

    Reply
  24. They sell these at Lowe’s for less. Same thing, no work😄😉

    Reply
  25. But.. what if you need to replace the led strip? Break the mirror to reach the frame? lol

    Reply
  26. Wait, so that mirror came with the frosted translucent part?

    Reply
  27. I love this idea but putting the transformer in an inacessable (and enclosed) place does not seem like a good idea to me. what if it goes bad? It would also be better is the lights could also be replaced without tearing the whole thing apart.

    Reply
  28. Thanks for letting me know what to never DIY

    Reply
  29. Nice! Being organized is key to success.
    My lovely husband can make things, but he isn't gifted with this skill.

    Reply
  30. brilliant idea.. thanks

    Reply
  31. Hey Mike, Can you make that same mirror with a hidden medicine cabinent? It looks great but isnt very practical

    Reply
  32. I love your channel 💕 omggg

    Reply
  33. "Red Dragon 3 piece Sword Stick" promo still going on?

    Reply
  34. I wish you covered the electrical part more. How did you hide the wire from the led adapter to run to the outlet??

    Reply
  35. Next Time think of pollution!!

    Reply
  36. What's the paint code to ask for (mirror)?

    Reply
  37. It's a pretty cool bulild … my opinion I don't think you get enough light by putting the LEDs around the Border I would place them on the back wall facing front behind the frosted glass if you put it at least an inch back off the frosted glass it reflects smooth…. still a great build..

    Reply
  38. Come through with the background jazz tho 🙌🏾 Lolol great videos!

    Reply
  39. You should make an infinity mirror. You probally have already made one lol. I just now subscribed to your channel lol. Im going to go through all your diy rojects

    Reply
  40. 4 years of building Construction at Penn State College of building, you should be this good

    Reply
  41. I was thinking of doing this for the bathroom as well. I believe I just found a better way to get the glass to just the way you wanted it. I found this De-silvering tutorial (and subsequent kit). I haven't purchased it myself yet, but I am going to so I can try it. Then I would just need to frost the glass and continue with the rest of the build.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nZ_QaMS07Wo

    Reply
  42. Absolutely love it! Now there's only one thing to do. REPLACE THE DOORKNOB!

    Reply
  43. I been looking for plans to make one of these. I seen one at hotel i recently stayed in and have been looking for a diy plan to make one.

    Reply
  44. How is the light going through to the mirror?? Did he do something to the mirror for the light to go through?

    Reply
  45. Bad ass!!! I wan this mirror!

    Reply
  46. Maybe you can make the next one with a car mirror tint. You can always use the old one for a lighted coffee table.

    Reply
  47. Slightly confusing to follow mixed with the failures.

    Reply
  48. on the bright side. i see what you did there

    Reply

Have your say