Paned Mirror – Mirror panel walls add light and depth to any room in a house. They provide a wide area that highlights the contents of the room and the movements of people in it. One way to update a mirror panel wall is to create some opaque areas to break the large expanse of reflections while maintaining the reflective qualities of the mirrors. A do-it-yourself affordable and easy way to achieve this effect is the use of vanilla cream spray glasses.
Clean the wall of the paned mirror with a commercial glass cleaner or a homemade solution of white vinegar and water. Draw a pattern or design for the decoration of the mirror wall on the paper. The pattern does not have to cover the entire wall. Create a template or resist by the pattern or draw it by hand on the mirrors. Then, cover the areas of the mirror wall that will remain transparent glass, using newspaper and tape. Only expose the areas that go to frost.
And also cover the floor with newspaper or old sheets. Put on goggles and a mask. Consider wearing work gloves so you do not get frost on your hands and wear old clothes. Holds the aerosol can as directed in the instructions on the can and spray a thin layer of vanilla cream paint. Let it dry according to the instructions on the can. Spray the second layer if you want a more opaque finish for your paned mirror wall.