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We can measure to within a 2MM tolerance for all our mirror projects, no matter what size your required area is needed to be covered with the silver reflection.


We can also provide Bronze / Grey / Blue / Peach tinted mirrors, just simply ask our fitters for the desired sample and they should normally have these on there vans.


You can have bevelled mirrors or simple machine polish with cut outs for sockets or switches, we can even create sandblasted borders or design to your specific requirements.


We supply and install mirrors to Commercial and also Residential properties, could be a simple sink mirror for your bathroom right upto a large floor to ceiling mirror for your Gymnasium the bigger the better.


Large mirrors are a fantastic means of extending space and light for any room in your home. You can, for instance, see there is far more space in a hallway or bedroom by placing a large mirror behind a chest.

The same applies to an alcove where you could fit a shelf in front of the mirror (if it's small) or even a seat if the space is large enough.


Large mirrors with ornate, highly decorative frames can appear as works of art in themselves and should definitely be accorded plenty of wall space to allow them to shine. Two large mirrors sitting adjacent and at right angles to one another on neighbouring walls can make a small kitchen or dining room, for instance, seem huge. Or, for a dramatic effect to the bedroom, consider using a large mirror as a headboard (just make sure it’s hung professionally though to avoid any unfortunate mishaps!).


Place a big mirror opposite a window and just wait for the sunshine to come pouring into your room at two different angles (this is particularly effective is your room has a Southern exposure). Then again, there is no denying that a trio of vertically hung large mirrors with slim and minimalist frames placed close to one another along one wall can look spectacular - in any room.