Mirror, Mirror on the Wall

As my blog feed subscribers have already seen, I made a huge transformation in my master bath recently.  Do you want to find out how I took my bathroom mirror from this…

…to this…

…in 20 short minutes?

Of course, you do!  Click here to read all about it, see my transformation, and learn how easy MirrorMate custom frames are to use.

And don’t forget to come back tomorrow for the 2nd Annual $5 Challenge.  I can’t believe the big day is already upon us!




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About Lindsay Ballard

Lindsay Ballard is a former college mascot turned political geek turned DIY fanatic who is conspiring to live in a Technicolor dream world. Her designs are bold and graphic, while her spirit is fun and full of color. Lindsay chronicles her projects and design ideas here at Makely, where she shares daily tutorials and inspiration. Lindsay lives outside of Austin, Texas with her husband (Tom), children (Zack and Emma) and dogs (Jack and Duke).



Comments

  1. Wow! What a difference! I love the molding used on these large bathroom mirrors.

    I think I may do a post for your Challenge. I didn’t think I had anything, but it turns out I do! Looking forward to it!

  2. The mirror looks great! I’d love to do that in our guest bath and the boys’ bath, but our house is for sale and I really don’t want to spend any $ on it. I can’t wait for the challenge tomorrow!

  3. Looks fab, Lindsay!!! :)

  4. Ok, I am doing a big happy dance right now! I have been wanting to do something with our bathroom mirror for years but hubby was afraid it would rip out too much drywall. This is the PERFECT solution. Can’t wait to show it to him tonight. Thanks for making my day (and my bathroom a little prettier)!

  5. Ha! A little inspiration for the master bath…I could use that – I have been looking at ugly for so long I am not even sure what to do. Beautiful! I’ll be back tomorrow to link up for the challenge…now to pick a project.

  6. how, if i can just get my bathroom that clean in 20 short minutes. ;)
    great redo!

  7. Yep, very cute. Even better it doesn’t involve any cutting

  8. Thx for sharing the before/after photo and the info. on the company! I just repainted our master bath, and wanted to take down the big builder’s grade mirror and put a mirror over both sinks (double vanity) but the mirror isn’t even screwed to the wall…there is about 10 lbs of adhesive holding it on there! This is a great alternative and I’m definitely going to save my pennies.

  9. Hey Lindsay! Love your new mirror…don’t you love your new MirrorMate frame? We just put one up in our kids/guest bathroom…and love it! It was so fun and easy, can’t say enough great things about MirroMate! Here’s a link:

    http://decormamma.blogspot.com/2010/03/mirrormatea-mirror-transformation.html

  10. Beautiful! Makes such a HUGE difference, all for the better. I wonder why they don’t put a frame around these giant mirrors to begin with. My Master bath has a huge mirror to…no frame or anything. I almost did the same thing in my Master Bath but decided to wait. I did transform it though…come by and check it out.

  11. You are the second blog I saw this on!!! I also saw it on Finding Fabulous and I adore yours as well.

  12. Between work and the kids, I have no time to be thifty much less the energy to be creative and make my own. I found a cute mirrored nightstand to fit my budget at Glam Furniture. The link is below and it looks fabulous in my bedroom. Very pleased.

    http://www.glamfurniture.com/catalog.php?item=286&catid=6&ret=catalog.php%3Fpage%3D2%26category%3D6

  13. This is beautiful and I can’t wait to try it myself! Thanks for the tutorial!

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