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  • Sharon Morris

    Revamp Bathroom Mirror: Before & After. No mirror-cutting involved! @ Home Decor Ideas

  • Ally Arevalo

    Great idea, Thinking about trying this one in the master bathroom Revamp Bathroom Mirror: Before & After -- And it doesn't involve cutting or removing the mirror.

  • Melissa Boldt

    Revamp Bathroom Mirror idea: Before After. It doesn't involve cutting or removing the mirror!

  • Camille Borders

    Revamp Bathroom Mirror: Before & After -- And it doesn't involve cutting or removing the mirror! Master Bathroom Idea

  • DeAnna Recchia Haut

    Revamp Bathroom Mirror: Before & After -- And it doesn't involve cutting or removing the mirror! Kids bathroom idea

  • Lisa Kuchta

    Bathroom Mirror: frame and cupboard that doesn't involve cutting or removing the mirror. Photo only.

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How to {Revamp} your {Bathroom Mirror!} Want this behind the toilet. Too much mirror going on currently.

Revamp Bathroom Mirror: Before & After -- And it doesn't involve cutting or removing the mirror!

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DIY revamped bathroom mirror - same mirror, just with a shelf and frame added! I like the middle shelf idea for the girls bathroom

As beautiful as this is ~ and it is beautiful ~ I could not have one of those clear, glass shower stalls. Too exposed.

Eureka! Master bath walls are already green, and I committed to a white vanity when I let Spouse build white shelving over the toilet. Beige-ish countertop, dark wood floors (we'll use wood-look tile): DONE!

Ideally what I would like to see in the master bath, but with room in the shower for two. Though kind of worried about slipping and cracking open my little coconut head.

In my dreams ... the shower is a Swedish shower (or whichever it is that sprays at you from all directions) and the tub is a jacuzzi for 2... and then this is my Master Bathroom...

Placing mirrors behind twin night-table lamps will reflect light and help brighten a room. Good idea to incorporate, especially when choosing dark wall color.