Ways To Hang Bathroom Mirrors
In addition to bathroom mirrors being functional, they also beautify the bathroom. There are some ways to hang bathroom mirrors. For frameless bathroom mirrors, measure your bathroom vanity and find the center. Mark the center on the wall over the vanity with a pencil. Measure the mirror and find the center. Mark the center of the mirror on the front with a dry erase marker. Hold the mirror up on the wall and position it by matching up the centers. Mark the edges of the mirror on the wall with a pencil just under the edge so you won’t see it when you’re done. Using a stud finder, locate two studs behind the drywall where the mirror is going. Mark them with a pencil, and using a level. Attach the bottom two J clips to the wall at your marks with flathead wood screws 1/1/2 to 2 inches long. Attach the two top anchor pieces to the wall just below the line you marked for the top of the mirror. Slip the top two J clips loosely into the anchors.
Place the mirror on the J clips at the bottom and hold against the wall. Push the top two clips down so the lip goes over the edge of the mirror. They will lock into place as you push them down. For framed bathroom mirrors, screw eye screws into the back of the mirror frame on each side about 1/3 of the way from the top. Using the correct mirror hanging wire for the weight of your mirror, wrap the wire through one eye screw, wrap it back around the wire and knot. Leave some slack so the wire bows a bit, and attach in the same manner on the other side.