Frame a plain glass mirror to give a classy updated look. This frame can be put on a mirror already attached to a wall, like in may bathrooms, or with a mirror not yet attached to the wall. This project does require some special tools such as a table saw with mitering capabilities and a router with a rabbet bit.
Purchase enough decorative wood trim from your local home improvement store.
Use your router to cut a rabbet edge on the underside of the trim, which will allow the trim to fit over the mirror. Router the edge to the thickness of your mirror. Sand the edges of the trim.
Mix your epoxy according to the manufacturer's directions. Apply a small amount to the rabbet edge of your trim, press the trim into place, and hold for at least 45 seconds. Apply the trim to all sides.