Rope-Wrapped Frame - Visually anchor a boring 20x24-inch mirror with an easy, nautical-inspired 32x36-inch frame. To make the frame, miter 1x4 pine boards and join with wood glue. Tape the ends of the rope to prevent raveling, then glue one taped end to the back of the frame. Wrap the rope around the frame several times, and secure the other end with glue. Hang the frame with a cleat to allow clearance for the rope
8. Customize your bathroom mirror to make it more in keeping with the rest of the decor. Many vanity mirrors are plain, frameless affairs, but it doesn’t take much to create something that looks like it was made for your space. Try “framing” yours with molding, wrapping it in rope for a nautical effect, or adding subway tile like this one from House of Earnest.
Grey kid's bathroom is filled with a gray dual vanity adorned with square knobs topped with charcoal gray quartz fitted with his and hers sinks under a full length frameless mirror illuminated by green cage sconces.