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Updating an old mirror

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Step 1: We placed the mirror carefully on two stands in an outside area we didn’t mind getting red spray paint on.You can also lay down plastic or an old sheet under your work area.

I thought about doing an antique or distressed finish, but that wasn’t quite what I was going for either.

Once the primer was dry, I started applying the paint! I chose satin instead of gloss because I wanted a mostly matte surface to give the frame a vintage-y look.

The candle holders only needed one coat, but there were a lot of tricky little nooks and crannies, so I did have go to back and fill in the places I missed.

Next, I cut open some old plastic grocery bags and taped them down to cover and protect the surface of the mirror.

Finally, I wiped down the frame itself to make sure it was free of dust and dirt.

Textured, ornate and carved mirror frames are my favorite to revamp because all it takes is a quick and light wipe with a foam paint brush and in an instant, it’s a completely different mirror.

Here is a mirror that I recently revamped in just a few minutes for the Studio 319 Salon remodel project.

As you can see, the gold tones do go with the green walls, if you like that sort of thing.

However, a lick of French Grey paint and some new shiny chrome lighting and bathroom fixtures later, the room had a fresh modern feel, but the mirror didn’t—time to get out the spray paint.

Once we determined that the main problem was the color, we came up with the idea of giving it a makeover—upcycling it from an “antique” mirror into a modern one. This turned out to be an incredibly easy project with a maximum amount of bang-for-the-buck.

Here’s a step-by-step guide to how we updated our old mirror: Here’s the original mirror, in the original bathroom, before we remodeled.