A bathroom mirror does not have to be bland, and it certainly does not need to be boring. Tricia from Simplicity in the South decided to take action. After seeing the mirror she wanted on the restoration hardware website she knew she could make her own.
I found out the rounded rectangle mirror that kept popping up in my search was the Bristol Flat mirror from Restoration Hardware in aged steel.
Not only would she be saving several hundred dollars, but she could get the size she wanted for her bathroom. Tricia provides a list of materials and makes several helpful tips about getting the aluminum onto the mirror. Her husband used nails to hold the bar in place while wrapping it around.
The elegant mirror will look great in your modern bathroom. An inexpensive project with lots of class and style.