Bathroom Mirrors Rochester MI

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Kendal and Company
(248) 651-6464
1429 N. Main St.
Rochester Hills, MI
 
Khansa Inc
(313) 342-8959
15047 W 8 Mile Rd
Detroit, MI
 
Walk In Tubs
(313) 527-4490
19931 Waltham St
Detroit, MI
 
Ace Hardware
(313) 869-0404
917 E Mcnichols Rd
Detroit, MI
 
DeGiulio Industries
(313) 271-4990
15150 Century Dr.
Dearborn, MI
 
Stuart Tile Company
(586) 630-2336
22682 26 mile
macomb, MI
Services
Ceramic tile and marble
Membership Organizations
construction association of michigan, blue book of michigan
Years in Business
35

J M Tile and Marble
(248) 505-8865
1432
Commerce, MI
 
Ary'S Naturals Bath And Body
(313) 862-1411
19371 Livernois Ave
Detroit, MI
 
Walk In Tubs
(313) 527-4490
19931 Waltham St
Detroit, MI
 
Care Crafted
(810) 229-2933
722 E. Grand River
Brighton, MI
 

Bathroom Mirror Makeovers

Updating your mirror can refresh a bland bathroom and add light, space and personality to your home without costing a bundle. Here are a few tips for beautifying your favorite “looking glass.”
 
 
Replace a boring metal frame or add a frame to a plain mirror .
A wrought iron or bronze frame adds distinction to mirrors in large bathrooms. Faux stone or aged silver frames give blah mirrors a rustic look.
 
Wood tone frames are versatile and come in many colors and widths that fit in with just about any design or color scheme. There are even unpainted wood frames. Paint over the white frames with gold flake, lavender or any color that will brighten up your bathroom.
 
If you have a mirror covering the wall above your vanity, consider a floating frame. This is a frame that stops short of the mirror’s edge – with a space between the mirror and the frame.

Placing mirrors on walls across from each other will make a small bathroom look bigger.
Consider changing outdated light fixtures above mirrors and replace rows of light bulbs with small lamps above or to the side of the mirror.

Feeling artistic? Here are a few home-spun mirror makeover ideas for the artisan:
Use an air-dry enamel paint to add flowers or stars to the corners of your mirror. Choose a fabric that matches your bathroom’s color scheme and glue it to the mirror frame with wood glue or a spray adhesive. Frost the mirror borders with glass ...

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