Bathroom Remodeling

Uncomplicated Diy Mirror Frame Below $30





This tremendous straightforward Do-it-yourself mirror body will fully adjust the search of your space. All for below $30!

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37 comments

  1. Hey, thanks for the idea for the mirror frame, the mirror u used in the video was almost identical to ours which helped alot visually, the project turned out great

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  2. This was really helpful! Thank you so much for sharing!

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  3. Perfect! My Thanks

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  4. Job well done. You make it look so easy. Thanks a lot !

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  5. Absolutely gorgeous! Finally a DIY without using thousands of dollars worth of tools that folks usually don't have readily available. 😍

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  6. Thank you excellent presentation

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  7. Thanks a million

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  8. Great tip about using baseboard or chair rail rather than crown.

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  9. I’ve been wanting to do this but I wanted to know if the moulding will adhere to the glass when put over the clamps that hold the mirror to the wall?

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  10. thanks so much

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  11. Love the idea! How did you hang up the mirror itself?

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  12. Thank you. I'm putting several mirrors together to make one. Really helpful 🌹

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  13. Looks great. And the video was easy to understand. Just wish it didn't have the background music. It kept distracting me while I was trying to listen to your instructions.

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  14. Beautiful

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  15. Looks Great ! You made this look so easy ! I will be doing both my mirrors in my home. Great Job!!

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  16. Gorgeous now I'm gonna do it.

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  17. ❤️❤️❤️

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  18. Great another video of someone gluing pieces of wood to a mirror and calling it a frame. "Easy DIY mirror boarder for under 30 bucks" should be the title. Its not an actual frame.

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  19. Looks great. Good job, might try this.

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  20. How did you cover the hooks that hold the mirror up, please ?

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  21. Cut costs by purchasing molding & paint at Habitat for humanity cost me less than $10.00 for 40" x 34" framing supplies.

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  22. Nice Presentation! I am pretty sure crown molding is always the angled type that goes around ceiling; hence the name "crown". Other than that, awesome job! Thanks for pointing out need to paint reverse side of frame. Great point that could easily cause a disappointing result if overlooked. Keep on sharing!

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  23. Looks great

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  24. I've seen other videos on this, but none answered the burning question of what you do with the brackets that hold the mirror to the wall – how did you deal with that? Or is your mirror hung some other way? Please answer, this makes the difference for many people as to whether they can use your method.

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  25. 👍👏

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  26. Love your presentation! Our molding around the door is like your mirror frame, so adding the same design to the mirror is a great idea. Easy and inexpensive. Thank you! Chris's wife 🙂

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  27. Really cool. Thank you. I just found my next project.

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  28. Beautiful job. It looks high end. Thinking this will be a fun project.👍🏻

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  29. Too tacky..

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  30. Do you have a video of how you did the measurements, an did u place the medillons on first then measure the mirror for crown molding .

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  31. LOVE this idea! Thank you!

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  32. The pieces side so bad with liquid nails, I had a hard time. I’m going to get another adhesive and try it again.

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  33. Thanks keep up the good work.

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  34. I am pretty sure you can still buy handbook with all details you need on woodprix.

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  35. I watched your video last night. Best one ever. I have now framed my mirror with almost same crown molding and very same medallions. I wanted my white so no painting. Used liquid nails. Thank you.

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  36. Looks easy enough, thank you very much for sharing

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  37. Awesome…. thanks a million for this post!!!

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