Spice up your bathroom’s style by adding a wooden frame to your plain "builder’s basic” mirror.
By Dylan EastmanMore in Bathroom
This easy project should cost about $25 in materials and take approximately four hours to complete.
Tools: Table saw; pocket screw jig; miter saw; 15-gauge and 18-gauge finish nailer; air compressor; bit driver or drill; tape measure; level; studfinder; framing square; safety glasses; dust mask; work gloves; and ear plugs.
Materials: 24’ 1x4 cedar sanded one side; four coarse thread pocket screws; wood glue; paint or stain; and caulk.
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