15 DIY Vanity Mirrors For A Custom Look
Instead of relying on retailers, consider making your own vanity mirror. You can upcycle a discarded mirror at a thrift shop, install lights around your existing mirror, or create something totally unique to your needs and style.
This is about as basic as it gets when it comes to lighted vanity mirrors, and it’s super easy to do!
All you need to recreate this look is your existing mirror and some stick on globe lights. Thats it! No electrician needed.
If you love the look of a lighted mirror but want something big, consider a full length version.
A string of rope led lights can turn a basic full length mirror into a Hollywood dream.
This blogger made her own led lighted mirror for less than $40 from start to finish.
She was able to find everything she needed on Amazon and got a gorgeous end result.
Wall Mounted Bathroom Vanity Mirror
If you’re looking for a new mirror for over your bathroom vanity, this is a really cool take on it!
This wall mounted mirror only *looks* difficult to make, but it’s something that even a beginner can easily do.
Small Concrete Vanity Mirror
Concrete stand mirrors are trendy, functional, and great for small spaces.
You can greate your own using this easy tutorial. You’ll end up with a totally custom piece that will get the job done, and serve as a conversation starter.
Sconce Lighted Mirror
Instead of installing over-the-mirror lights in your bathroom, build some right into your mirror frame!
This DIY mirror frame is made to fit the space above the vanity and has built in sconces to give it some good light and a unique touch.
Farmhouse Style Mirror
The farmhouse trend isn’t going anywhere anytime soon, so you might as well embrace it.
All you need to do to create this look is frame your existing builder-grade mirror with stained wood. It’s super simple and instantly enhances your mirror.
Round Lighted Mirror
This vanity mirror with lights is not only functional but looks amazing as well.
To create this, the blogger purchased a new circular mirror and light kit from a DIY store. That’s it! An easy kit is all you need.
Scrap Wood Mirror
Much like the farmhouse mirror, this one only uses a few pieces of wood for framing to get a completely new look.
Stain the pieces of scrap wood whatever color you want to go with your bathroom, and you’ll instantly upgrade the room.
Rockstar Spiked Mirror
This DIY vanity mirror isn’t wall-mounted, but it’s a great makeup mirror for your vanity table and the way the blogger customized it is definitely unique.
You can recreate this using whatever color spray paint you want and adding spikes or some other material (like sparkly studs). The best thing about a DIY project is that you can make it all your own.
Floating Sunrise Mirror
This mirror looks like it came straight from an HGTV home, but it’s a DIY job!
You can get the step by step tutorial from the blogger who created this and totally upgrade your vanity while also getting a little more storage space thanks to the shelf.
Mirror With A Ledge
This mirror’s design gives some extra texture and storage space to the vanity.
To recreate this, all you need is some wood and wood glue! You can completely transform your existing builder grade mirror with just a few easy steps.
Mosaic Tile Mirror
This mirror looks like it’s something straight from a luxury spa, but it’s a DIY job!
You can recreate this look, or upgrade it with whatever tiles you like best, using the tutorial from the blogger.
Rustic Mirror With Storage Space
This mirror has a little extra shelving space for some glass jars that are perfect for storing bobby pins, hair bands, toothbrushes, or whatever else you need to stash away in an easily accessible spot.
All you need to recreate this is some wood and little bit of creativity.
Pottery Barn Inspired
This blogger was inspired by a mirror sold at Pottery Barn, and used that inspo to create a custom vanity mirror.
The end result is a gorgeous framed mirror, a shelf, and perfect lighting.
You can totally transform your bathroom or makeup vanity by simply changing out your mirror. It’s amazing how much different a room can look after such a small switch.
Thankfully, if you’re trying to stick to a budget, you don’t have to be stuck with a boring, builder-grade mirror as long as you’re willing to put in a little elbow grease with a DIY project. You can create a high-end look for a quarter of what you’d spend on a similar already-made piece.