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Recycle Large Bathroom Mirrors

Large bathroom mirrors – In many homes, obsolete bathroom mirrors are thrown into trashcan or donated to secondhand stores. Instead of throwing out your old mirrors, utilize them by reusing them for new projects for the home; because big mirrors are expensive, you can save a significant amount of money by recycling them.

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Combine a large bathroom mirrors with an antique window frame to create a stylish wallet that will mirror the space in your home, making it feel bigger. Look for a window frame that fits the style of your home; add a structured surface that enhances the sense of age. Select a multilane window frame to create a more geometric, visually interesting look. Attach the mirror behind the frame with heavy glue and metal clips. You can hang the entire device on the wall to give the impression of a window; when used in a small space, your mirror window can reflect light and make the area look more open.

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Mirror Tiles

Take advantage of the large surface of a large bathroom mirrors and have it cut into mirror tiles that can be used in other projects. Take the mirror to a home delivery store or a window shop with a glass cutter, which is a sure method and will make sure you make the most of the mirror. You can use square mirror tiles to create a backsplash in the bathroom or the kitchen, or have a clerk at the window shop cut it in larger squares or circles for a decorative wallet. Before the mirror is cut, pull out your design on plain paper, and place cutouts on top of the glass to make sure they fit.

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