Plain old 80's mirror
First I filled in the gaps with spackle. Most important, the frame needed some texture to go with the rest of my house. I traced a design I had made with pencil. I filled up a disposable baking, decorating bag with wood glue and followed my shapes. We discovered the glue works best cold (if it gets warm it just runs everywhere and doesn't keep its shape. I then taped the mirror and spray painted it.
I wanted to add the illusion of a mat so I went on line and order some white backsplash tile. I applied them with some E600 glue making sure I only got glue on the bottom of each tile since the top of the back would be reflected in the mirror.
And since I was going to put it in my dinning room, I added bling. I wanted the white tile with bling to match my white quartz counters with sparkle in my kitchen.
(I have to thank Eric for hanging it. Its very heavy, what would I do with out him!)