Thursday, March 28, 2013

De-Ryanizing Bathroom Mirror Pics Post Build.

Before

After - It's de-ryanized!
I just love it, now it doesn't look so "hotel" like and cold.  That's just my personal preference.  Hubby prefers the older mirror, but I love the warmth of this one.  Cost $50 at Home Goods.

**********As of today April 9th, this post has been looked at nearly 900 times, more than any other post I have ever put out there.........HOLY COW, I guess "Deryanizing is a catchy phrase"!

16 comments:

  1. Looks great. Did you buy a whole new mirror for $50 or just a frame that fits over the original mirror?

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    1. We replaced the entire mirror, took down the old one!

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  2. great combo! i was thinking about doing Mirror Mate...where you can buy a fancy frame for your existing mirror but i haven't really set that in stone in my mind lol

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  3. I love it so pretty I think it looks much better then the old one. ;)

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  4. DW I love it! At some point I hope to do the same.

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  5. Wow! What a difference! It really compliments both your tile and dark counter top! Nice job!

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    1. Thanks Missy! I really like it too! Is tomorrow wood day??

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  6. Love it! Where did you get the knobs for drawers....I love them!

    BTW- I see you have the bronze light fixtures with the chrome. It doesn't look bad at all. I have been scrambling to purchase new bronze fixtures to put in right after we close but I might be able to live with it!

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    1. Pink THANKS, we got the handles at Home Depot they were like $2 a handle! They have hints of gold in them too up close!

      I am NOT a gold fan, so I don't know how this came about, but with the colors in the tile and granite, the gold just works very well.

      I was surprised when we got the bronze lights, I dont know if we were suposed to get those or not....cause we do have chrome fixtures, go figure!!

      I like the fixtures, its the chrome faucets I hate....they are cheap looking.

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    2. I will definitely replace the faucets in the master and 1st floor bathroom since I like two handles.

      I will be checking out Home Depot for some new knobs.

      Thanks

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  7. Wow, that really does make a difference! Looks great!

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  8. Yes, another great example of "de-ryanizing". What a great mirror and I can't believe it was only $50 :)

    Thanks for sharing all of your post-build experiences!

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  9. That looks fantastic!!! I love it! I plan to do something similar with using crown moulding around ours or something. Not quite sure yet but I definitely want to make it look fancy like yours!

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  10. What are the dimensions of the mirror? We were at home store today and they had so many choices but we are getting ready to break ground and would like to start looking now. It looks amazing!

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