Once our walls went dark, I really fell out-of-love with our large leaner mirror. It blended in with the walls and didn't provide any pop.
I solved that problem the same way I solve 90% of my other problems....with some leftover paint!!
For our master bedroom refresh, I knew I didn't want to completely rid our room of my signature teal color, so rather than have an accent wall covered in Behr's Balmy Seas, I wanted to incorporate it using accessories and accents. That gorgeous shade of teal would be the perfect hue to make our old mirror come to life again.
I took it outside, spray primed and painted it with a leftover paint sample.
Once that was done I got out my Citri-Strip gel, coated the over-spray and used a scraper to clear the mirror surface. (Yes, I was lazy and didn't want to cover and tape before I primed, so I had to strip later.) After that, I used Minwax's polycrylic in semi-gloss to cover and protect the paint.
And voilà...a new mirror!
I think it looks great against our dark walls, and all dressed up for the holidays... ;)
Can't wait to share more details soon!!!