Friday, May 30, 2014

DIY Solution for Medicine Cabinet Bathroom Mirrors


I had planned to post this yesterday in honor of Throwback Thursday - oh well.   This was posted back in 2009 but I thought it might still be helpful for anyone looking for a solution to cover an  old style mirror medicine cabinet.  Here's what I did for the 1950's one in our hall bath. I found a lightweight 20"wide X 24" high mirror ($25) and attached it to the original mirror with eye screws and picture hanging wire. The cabinet still opens as widely as it did before because the mirror just clears the wall.


I'm happy to report that 5 years later, it's still working beautifully.   Hope you have a great weekend. Michele

10 comments:

designchic said...

That's amazing - so glad you reposted this!! Know something I'm going to be working on this weekend - hope yours is wonderful ~

Elizabeth @ The Little Black Door said...

Now that is smart!

ArchitectDesign™ said...

such a clever idea :-)

sharon smith said...

Love a good TBT! Clever...Thanks for sharing.
Sharon

Teresa Hatfield ~ Splendid Sass said...

Great idea, Michele.
Have a great weekend.
Teresa
xoxo

Karena Albert said...

Brilliant Michele!!

xoxo
Karena
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Stacey said...

Very innovative!! xx

Fiverr Work said...

I found a lightweight 20"wide X 24" high mirror ($25) and attached it to the original mirror with eye screws and picture hanging wire. The cabinet still opens as widely as it did before because the mirror just clears the wall. here

spacesculpt said...

Wonderful idea! Looks great! Thanks for sharing!

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