Placing wood trim around a tilting bathroom mirror gives the mirror the appearance of a framed mirror without having the mirror actually framed. The mirror should fit around it for trim to fit around the mirror. You can use any trim or casting with a discount edge with a slightly deeper than the depth of the mirror so that the edge overlaps the mirror.
How to trim around tilting bathroom mirror, measure the edges of the mirror using tape measure and write down the length of each side. Cut trim or casting at a 45 degree angle. The inner edge should match the length of the side trim to be placed on. Test a piece of trim by finishing it with paint or brush. When the subject is dry, place it against the mirror to see how it looks with reflection of the mirror.
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Finish trim by painting or dyeing it and letting it dry. Tim Carter, the Ask Builder columnist, recommends letting paint or brush dry for two weeks. Seal trim to protect against water damage by applying sealant using a brush. Again, let it dry for two weeks. Use a thin layer of marine glue or epoxy to attach trim to the tilting bathroom mirror.