Cut a large mirror into smaller mirrors? I'm in the middle of an overhaul of our kids' bathroom and this large mirror screams 1976 (the year this house was built).
I would like to cut it into 2 smaller rectangular mirrors to hang over each sink. We've bought the cutter, DH has read up online how to do it, now we are procrastinating! I can see the "new" mirrors with frames around them painted the color of the trim. If you have cut a mirror - did it work, did you break the mirror, should I call in a professional, am I crazy? Any advice is more than welcome!
The bug wallpaper was really cute in here when I redid the bathroom when the kids were 6, 3 and 10 months. Now it is a little too juvenile for a 15, 12 and 9 year old. (actually it is all gone, I've spent the last couple of weeks removing the paper with any spare moment I've had)
I loved the clean white look when I redid this, the old fixtures were harvest gold amd dark brown wood - one of those great '70's combinations. We replaced the toilet, countertops, sinks, cabinets and flooring. I painted the harvest gold tub white - quite the job, but well worth my time investment (much less $$$ than replacing the tub/shower combination). I have new paint color samples hanging and I'm trying to decide on the color of taupe/cream that I want to paint the walls. Thanks for any advice you may have on the mirror! ~Ann