Wall mirrors can add depth and style to any room. Often, mirrors are used to cover much of the walls, especially in smaller rooms, since the reflection gives the illusion of space. While the mirrors can be beautiful decorative pieces without adding additional decorations, paint on a mirror wall can add a dramatic touch and even more dimension. Instead of buying an ornate mirror above, you can decorate the mirror and change the entire look of your room with the stroke of a brush.
Clean the wall mirrors to be painted with a glass cleaner and a clean lint-free cloth. Cover with plastic wrap mirror in the areas to be painted. Remove all bubbles until smooth. Draw the design chosen in the contact paper with a marker. You can use templates, tracings, or freehand technique.
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Cut your design with a sharp X-Acto knife. Be sure to follow the design as close as possible to cut. Remove only the portion of the contact paper to continue design. The rest of the wall mirrors should be covered with contact paper. Open the desired paint color and pour a small amount into a container of paint. Be sure to mix the paint well before use.