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Where to get bathroom mirror with traditional frame?

Posted by janesylvia (My Page) on
Mon, May 13, 13 at 14:35

I have a mahogany vanity 47" wide with traditional style in my bathroom. I'd like to have a mirror about 42 to 44"W and 30 to 34"H, with traditional frame and a color of mahogany or cherry. I looked around and could not find one. Where can I buy the mirror to match my vanity?
Thank you very much.


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RE: Where to get bathroom mirror with traditional frame?

Purchase a mirror at least as large as you want and take it to a framing shop.

Cut and frame.


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RE: Where to get bathroom mirror with traditional frame?

Or find/make a frame that you like and get a mirror cut for it. For traditional style have them bevel the edge of the mirror. It's more expensive this way than using an off-the-shelf beveled mirror, but you can have a more interesting frame that way. I've made some craftsman style mirrors in cherry with through tenons and ebony pins that came out really well. It's nice not to be restricted to stock sizes.


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RE: Where to get bathroom mirror with traditional frame?

We have huge plate mirrors on our bathroom walls. Can ai cut then down to fit into two separate and smaller frames?


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RE: Where to get bathroom mirror with traditional frame?

Bellacor is having a sale right now, they seem to have quite a few traditional styles; I ordered one, haven't received it yet so can't report on it.

Also saw some at Target.


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