DIY bathroom mirror: Cut a piece of thin plywood, paint sides so you don't see it from the side, glue plain mirror from Lowe's ($20), screw to studs. Cut sq sheets of tile into strips of 3. Apply with adhesive/grout (this hides screws). Dry overnight. Finish by grouting. Less than $40!
a hinged full length mirror from IKEA (Stave mirror - $49.99 that is 27" x 63") hides jewelry storage -- brilliant idea from The Girl on the Go! I would use a thin sheet of plywood cut to fit behind the mirror so I don't put so many holes in the wall. I'm doing this!
#BathroomPalletProjects, #BestOf If you follow our website, you know that Pallets often add style to your interior. While it's not yet time to do gardening or your next garden pallet project (planter, potting bench, etc.), here are below 15 pallet projects that you can achieve
Tile Style THIS I like for the bathroom... After you've primed and painted your cabinets, add a little sparkle with tile. Lay out and trim mesh-back glass tile to fit the door panel. Apply tile adhesive to the door with a putty knife and adhere the tiles. You don't need to grout the tile, but if you do, be sure the cabinet hinges are strong enough to hold the extra weight of the grout.