Here's a picture of my old medicine cabinet in my downstairs bathroom,
which is undergoing a partial remodel:
This is a really old (1910) craftsman style house, and I don't want to
over-modernize at least certain aspects of it. For instance, I like some
of the older plumbing fixtures than some of the newer stuff.
This medicine cabinet can be fixed up if I can replace the mirrors. If
it's not practical to stick with the curves, I could modify this cabinet
by replacing the swing-out side mirrors with rectangular mirrors
(replace the sections of circles with rectangular frames and mirrors). I
could also adapt the center section by cutting off the arcs on top and
at the bottom and replacing the mirror with a rectangular mirror. I
assume that it would be possible to have rectangular mirrors cut to my
dimensions without undue expense.
Of course, I'll be stripping the old paint and repainting all the wood
and probably replace the hinges, which shouldn't be a problem.
What I'm wondering is if it's at all feasible to either:
1. Replace the mirrors with others of the same geometry and size.
2. Have the current mirrors re-silvered.
Anyone have any links or experience with something like this? Thanks!