So, how do you actually attached the skewers to the back of the center mirror? I haven't yet purchased my supplies and want to be sure I've everything I need to get it done. I'm concerned the glue gun approach may not be strong enough. Is this a legitimate concern? Also, how far into the center of the larger mirror should the skewer ends go?
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We purchased a home in April 2009, and have the same issue; however, our tile is a combo of pink with black edges. This gives us tons of options, especially since our house is a mid-century house. We've chosen the path of least resistance -- we're keeping the pink bath, while incorporating chrome, black and grey to complement.
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