What can I do with old mirror frames?
To get you started, check out these 15 awesome DIY mirror projects that will automatically add some great visual interest to any space you put them in!
- Mirror frame to chalkboard.
- Door and wallpaper mirror frame.
- Mosaic tile frame mirror.
- Dried flowers and ribbon mirror.
- Vintage jewelry mirror frame.
- Painted toy car mirror.
How do you dress up a mirror frame?
5 Affordable Ways to Make Your Plain, Boring Mirror Look Like a Pricey Splurge
- Add a chunky wood frame.
- Make a tile mosaic border.
- Give it a sunburst-style frame.
- Use quick and easy sticker decals or etching.
- Light it up.
- Make a simple dowel frame.
How do you decorate an old mirror frame?
Changing the mirror frame is one way to go about decorating it. You can paint it a different color, create a new frame, or add embellishments to an old frame. You can also decorate the mirror itself to give it a new lease on life. Try adding vinyl word art, fabric flowers, or decorative images.
How do you update a wooden mirror frame?
Simply by changing the finish or color of a mirror frame, you can instantly transform and update a wall and room. Textured, ornate and carved mirror frames are my favorite to revamp because all it takes is a quick and light wipe with a foam paint brush and in an instant, it’s a completely different mirror.
Are old mirrors worth anything?
How do I find out how much it’s worth and how old it is? Answer: It could be a heavy Victorian rectangular mirror that could be from the late 1800s. The value is somewhere between $150 to $400 depending on the large size.
How do you frame a round mirror DIY?
How to Frame a Round Mirror Without a Router
- Cut out the back frame. Trace the outside edge of the mirror onto your board so you have starting point for the diameter.
- Cut out the front frame.
- Attach both frames together.
- Finish with paint or stain.
- Attach the mirror.
- Attach the chain.
What color should I paint my mirror frame?
Colors like brown, black, silver, and grey are extremely popular as they go well with many other shades. The ever-popular brown, beige, white and black color moldings give an option of safe choices. Brown wood molding is the safest option, if you are not willing to take a risk!