Bathroom Update: Maximum Impact on a Minimal ($71) Budget

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  1. Great use of your $$$’s. The other inexpensive trick I’ve seen homeowners use is to frame an aging bathroom mirror with a wood frame to hide the edges of the mirror that are unattractive. The frame can be painted or stained to match the cabinet re-do. It gives the bathroom a custom look for a small price.

  2. Barbara – you’re right about framing the existing mirror. That’s an excellent tip. Thank you for sharing it with everyone reading!

  3. LINDA Rigdon

    i redid my bathroom by taking down large mirrows and putting uo two mirrows over the sinks. painted the cabinets and it is a show place. it is unreal what can be done.

  4. Tiffany

    That’s amazing! I have questions about the paint:
    Finish? Gloss, semi, satin?
    What color is that?
    Did you spray it or roll it or use a brush?

    Any color suggestions for painting bathroom cabinets that have a dark green granite counters and sand colored tile floor?

  5. MKT

    Would you tell me what color paint was used on your cabinets.. I have a light color counter top and and was thinking of painting the cabinets same color as yours