You can turn a plain mirror framework into a work of art with glass. Little 1-inch squares of mosaic glass can be found in 12-inch square sheets. The glass tiles are linked by means of a mesh that you can cut to size with scissors, removing tile spacers and creating the redo project uncomplicated. A horizontal surface on a mirror framework is essential for a safe glass tile installation. If it surrounds a mirror, the finished mosaic framework functions as a focus in a powder room, bathroom or hall.
Gauge the size of the mirror frame with a tape measure to determine the amount of mosaic glass tiles you need.
Cut adhesive tile matting with scissors to cover the mirror frame. Peel off the matting backing and press the matting on the framework together with your hands. Peel off the matting cover sheet.
Cut 12-inch square sheets of mosaic glass tile with scissors to match the mirror frame. Press the tile about the adhesive sheet. Apply non-sanded premixed grout over the mosaic tiles with a grout float, pressing the grout between the glass tiles. Wipe off excess grout with the edge of the float.
Wipe the tiles with a damp sponge to remove any grout from the tiles. Allow the grout dry for one hour and rub on the glass tiles with a clean rag to remove the grout haze.