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Here’s a step-by-step guide to how we updated our old mirror: Here’s the original mirror, in the original bathroom, before we remodeled.As you can see, the gold tones do go with the green walls, if you like that sort of thing.That said, my inclination is generally to buy great frames from artists like these, since I don’t always have the time to do major DIY projects.But if you want to refinish old picture frames yourself, here are a few resources to help you out. Apartment Therapy offers 13 tips when buying picture frames for refinishing should you be shopping thrift stores and tag sales.If you’ve ever tried to refinish old picture frames you know the look is so gorgeous.As for me, I am such a fan of the distressed frames from O’Brien Schridde, whose frames I now own quite a few of, and more recently, the stunning array of refinished frames above from The Art of Chic on Etsy.I always always check the frame section of thrift stores when I visit. From this point on, if you stand still long enough, I might slather you with a layer of chalk paint. And I discovered a little of that paint goes a long way. Paint on a layer of your top coat color of chalk paint.I chose 6 total to distress for our wall- 4 thrifted and 2 from Hobby Lobby. And I originally thought they would be pretty in Olivia’s ballet theme room, but I swiped them for our living room instead…I know, shame on me…so greedy. And, y’all, I gotta say, I have found the elixer of life. I think I shyed away from it before because I was so scared of ruining a paint project and ending up with wasted funds. Annie Sloan projects are beautiful, but I can’t swing over for 8 ounces and potentially mess it up. See my beginner’s guide to chalk paint here.) BUT I found a super cheap alternative. Paint frames with a coat of your base color (the shade that will show underneath the distress finish). Don’t worry about painting into every cranny and crevice of your detail as that adds to the distressing.

Spray paint would even work too if you didn’t have chalk paint. To dry brush, dip an artist brush into the paint, and swipe off the paint onto a paper towel until the bristles are dry.And by bling I mean distressed vintage-inspired awesomeness.If you have any picture frames lying around waiting to be jazzed up, this project is perfect. Some were as cheap as 99 cents (poppin’ tags yo) and some I paid a little more at around .In the below picture, I used my favorite silver spray paint to update a mirrored tray, a vase, and the frame on that artwork.When we first moved into our house, all of our doorknobs had an outdated brass finish.However, it was the perfect-sized mirror for the space.