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  • Holly Emmot

    DIY framing for a builder grade mirror. This will look awesome in our master bathroom!

  • Janna Starkey

    Masterbath: Framed mirror.

  • Danusia Ramaley

    DIY Framed Mirror From A Builder Grade Mirror #DIY #Mirrors #Decor #Decorate #Decorations #HomeDecor

  • Dee Ray

    How to Upgrade your Builder Grade Mirror - Fra... I love framed mirrors in the bathroom but I really don't like the idea of ripping out a large builder mirror to replace it wit...

  • Cindy Bond

    diy frames for bathroom mirrors | ... of Great Ideas: How to Upgrade your Builder Grade Mirror - Frame it

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