A beveled mirror is simply a mirror that is thinner at the edges than it is in the center. The angle of the bevel and the thickness of the edge varies depending on the mirror. But the point of a beveled mirror is to create the look of a frame that is actually built into the mirror itself.
Beveled mirrors have been around for a long time, and you will find them incorporated into every type of design scheme imaginable. The right beveled mirror in the right location is just as suitable for a classic look as a contemporary one.
Another reason to take advantage of a beveled mirror in a kitchen, bathroom, living space, or office is because mirrors create a sense of volume. If you have an area that feels cramped, or you simply want to maximize the square footage you have at your disposal, a beveled mirror is an easy addition. Plus, any light source in the area will be reflected in the mirror, helping you to brighten up a space without adding lamps.
The clean and smooth look of a beveled mirror could be exactly what your space is missing. Find the right one to tie the whole room together.
Beveled Mirror from Grove Glass & Mirrors
A quality beveled mirror is a true piece of artwork. If you want to work with the finest finished products available, work with Grove Glass & Mirror. We have the experience, expertise, and resources to craft a beveled mirror that meets you need and exceed your expectations. Here are just a few of the features that set us apart from the rest.
- One-of-a-Kind Designs – We will build you a custom beveled mirror according to a design of your own creation.
- Industry-Leading Production Techniques – Benefit from premium materials and the latest methods for making top-quality mirrors.
- Pro Installers – Leave the installation up to a team of installers who can ensure your beveled mirror hangs on the wall safely and securely.
- Service Commitment – Your total satisfaction is our number one priority. Reach out to us for anything and everything.
Contact Grove Glass & Mirror about your next beveled mirror by calling 561-220-0100.