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They looked great but 9 years later, those same mirrors have started to look old and outdated.I recently painted the front bathroom a pretty blue and once I was done I realized the old gold mirror looked hideous with my new paint job.At first I thought it was the crazy flower tiles causing the problem, which are original to my 1960’s home.

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If you try this go with a super funky bright color like orange, pink, teal, or high gloss black, because it brings a modern look and is so much fun.

I would work on any mirror in your house, especially that boring one hanging over your fireplace.

Then I grabbed a paint brush and sat on the sink and painted for about an hour.

You need to put the paint on really thick and dab it into all the crevices.

When we moved into our house, it came with a variety of wall décor carefully chosen by the previous owner at some point during the closing chimes of the last century.

While I love antiques, I’m not yet ready to embrace the ‘90s as historic, and the faux antique mirror and frame in the guest bathroom had to go (especially after we had remodeled the bathroom and installed chrome fixtures that clashed superbly with the mirror’s fake gold frame).

Here’s a step-by-step guide to how we updated our old mirror: Here’s the original mirror, in the original bathroom, before we remodeled.

As you can see, the gold tones do go with the green walls, if you like that sort of thing.

Instead of buying something new, I decided to paint the mirror that blue/green peacock color that is so popular.

Lucky for me one of my fabulous friends has amazing style and had painted her bathroom the exact color I was looking for. I first taped off around the mirror with blue tape and dusted the frame.

Cockrill has been a top design consultant for a renowned home store and is the owner of Starwood Home & Gifts, LLC, an interior design, decorating and home staging business.

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