Mirrors can come in a variety of shapes, thicknesses, and colors. The first set of pictures show several possibilities of mirrors in frame materials which can vary from wood or metal frames. The middle set of pictures show several steps in the fabrication process especially for mirrors destined for installation against walls such as drilling holes and cutouts for electrical outlets and air ducts. The edges of wall mirrors are typical ground flat. The final set of pictures shown various wall mirror installations which can range from a single bathroom mirror to an entire wall of mirrors such as those found in a dance or ballet studio.  
     
  Mirror Fabrication  
 
   

1/4" clear mirror
cutouts for electrical outlet

1/4" clear mirror
air duct cutout

1/4" clear mirror
air duct cutout

seamed edgework on 1/4" clear mirror

Flat ground edgework being applied
 

Re-installing electrical outlet on wall mirror
 

Re-installing electrical outlet on wall mirror
 

Re-installing electrical outlet on wall mirror
 

1/4" clear mirror in bathroom
Custom sandblast pattern

1/4" clear mirror in bathroom
Custom sandblast pattern

1/4" clear mirror in bathroom
Custom sandblast pattern

   
 
     
     
  Framed Mirrors  
 
   

1/4" beveled mirror in wood frame
custom curved shoulder shape

1/4" beveled mirror in wood frame
90 degree square corner
   
 
     
  Wall Mirrors