Recently, a friend of mine and his wife decided to remodel their master bathroom. I was amazed at the painstaking effort they took with every detail, from tile patterns to shower heads to the mirror trim they used. The mirror trim was actually the thing that surprised me the most.
As a man who relies on my wife for all decorating issues, I never knew there was so much to know about mirror trim. But apparently there is. Color, design and finish vary from style to style, and my friend and his wife took the time to find a supplier that could help them find just the right fit. We have lots of makeover ideas and suggestions for those looking for tips or information on how to frame a mirror!
MirrorMate, a supplier of mirror trim and related accessories, had been recommended by my friend's general contractor. They carry an array of sizes and styles, and they have the expertise to help you think through whichmirror frame trim works best for your needs.
The MirrorMate process prevents you from having to rip out an old mirror and replace it with a new, framed mirror. My wife has already decided that when we remodel our bathroom (yikes!), we'll be using MirrorMate. If you'd like to learn more about MirrorMate's complete inventory of mirror trim or to check out our selection of mirror styles and other related accessories, contact a representative.