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Shades Tinted Mirrors
Architects, designers, and contractors often use tinted mirrors to add a modern touch a project. These are often used for:
An extra thick (3/8″) low-iron mirror for a luxurious touch. Great in:
Give any environment a classic feel with an antique mirror pattern that is calming and consistent, without huge splotches or flares. We can also apply this to bronze mirror to create a warming effect in interiors. Antique mirrors are often used as:
Need to create some privacy or add a soft look or feel to an interior? Etched mirrors have a matte finish that resembles brushed nickel for an elegant, soft touch. These matte mirrors are popular for:
Add some pizzaz to your mirrors by backlighting sandblasted mirrors. To create this cool effect, a portion of the mirror is taped off and sandblasted, creating a matte glass look in a portion of the mirror that can be lit from behind with LED lights. The results are stunning! Sandblasted mirrors look great in:
Low iron mirrors greatly reduces the greenish tint in glass by using low-iron glass as the substrate, resulting in brighter reflections, truer colors, and sharper focus. These are popular in:
Craft unique specialty mirrors .
We can create specialty mirrors as large as 84” x 144” (minimums may apply), giving you fewer seams for large installations and more efficient sheet optimization. Alternative sizes, glass thicknesses, custom water jet fabricated shapes, drilled holes and cut-outs, tempering, and additional fabrication are all available upon request.