Updating old bathroom mirrors
Similar to shown: Mildew-resistant Bath Paint Semi-Gloss Finish in Lemon Twist, about per gallon; Thriftier than most wall tile and less maintenance than wood, beadboard paneling made from cellular PVC stands up to sloshing and never needs to be painted. About for a 3 foot-high piece; Dress up a plain mirror that's adhered to the wall by overlaying a wood frame.
Green Envy Muriatic Acid Replacement, about per gallon; Create a striking monochromatic effect by painting walls to match your floors, as was done in this sunny space.
Similar to shown: Kohler 20-inch Recessed Medicine Cabinet, about 8, and Betsy Fields Design Brushed Satin Pewter standard wall plates, about each; An alternative to a stone slab, a tiled counter resists water but costs a lot less and is easy for DIYers to install.
This terra-cotta top has white-painted wood edging to go with the vanity below.
(This post contains affiliate links please read disclosure policy) Before I talk about the bathroom mirror frame let me share a few of updates I did in this bathroom. My ugly lights were replaced with this chandelier that I found at Menards. I have very limited storage underneath my cabinets and it’s why I need to keep our towels out. Because the mirror is pretty boring I decided to add a frame to it. As you can see without renovating our bathroom I gave it an update by using paint, decorative details including the chandelier, nobs and bathroom mirror frame.
A bathroom update can be pretty expensive but this was so easy and cheap to do.