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Bedroom Mirror Makeover

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Bring picture-perfect style to bedroom, guest room, or entry walls with this full-length stenciled mirror.

 Wall-mounted bedroom mirror.

Project Overview

Skill Level


Estimated Time

Few hours

Estimated Cost


Tools and Materials


  • Drill and bit set
  • Sandpaper
  • Primer
  • Paintbrush
  • Screwdriver
  • Clamps
  • Crafts knife
  • Painter's tape
  • Spray adhesive
  • Drywall anchors


  • 49-in x 13-1/2-in framed mirror, #33107 model #LDMP9WH
  • 24-in x 80-in hollow interior slab door, #10690
  • Mirror adhesive, #197438
  • 2 packages L-brackets, #102894
  • Valspar Signature paints: Gloss Black Enamel, #57994; Utterly Violet (#40018A)

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Step 1

Sand, prime, and paint the hollow-slab door your desired color (we used Utterly Violet to match our wall). Let dry. Sand lightly, add a second coat if needed, and let dry.

Step 2

Print and assemble the mirror frame stencil. Use a crafts knife or scissors to cut out the inside of the design.

Step 3

Center the stencil on the door, and secure it in place with painter's tape and spray adhesive. Paint the inside area black using a roller for the middle and a stencil brush for the edges. Avoid pressing down on the brush hard enough to paint beneath the stencil. Let dry.

Step 4

Place the framed mirror centered on the stenciled design and use painter's tape to mark the four corners. Apply a generous amount of mirror adhesive to the back of the mirror, and place between the tape corners. Secure the mirror to the door by carefully applying weight or clamping it in place; let dry for 24 hours.

Step 5

To hang, measure the width of the door. Using drywall anchors, attach two L-brackets to the wall where the bottom of the door will rest. Each bracket should be inset 4 inches from the bottom corners of the door. Set the door on the brackets and use a pencil to mark the wall for the locations of the top brackets with a 1/8-inch space between the brackets and the top of the door. Remove the door.

Step 6

Use drywall anchors to attach the top two corner brackets to the wall. Rest the door on the bottom corner brackets and against the wall. Then mark the bracket hole locations on the top and bottom of the door. Remove the door and drill all four pilot holes.

Step 7

Place the door on the corner brackets. Screw the door to the corner brackets. (If space is tight at the bottom, use an offset screwdriver.)