Dulles Glass & Mirror’s $799 Shower Door Sale: While Supplies Last!
Dulles Glass and Mirror’s line of elegant frameless Single Shower Doors are on sale now, for only $799.99! This includes hardware, measurement, and complete installation. Offer valid while supplies last.
Limited Time Offer: Frameless Single Shower Doors
• Fully measured and installed
• 72″ tall and up to 36″ wide†
• 3/8″ thick tempered glass
• Choice of brushed nickel, chrome, or brass hardware finish
• Includes 3 year warranty on product, installation and labor††
*Limit one per customer. Not to be combined with any other offers. Washington DC region only. Restrictions: Offer includes a single glass door †72 inches in height; 36 inches in width; 3/8th inch thick glass, with chrome, brass, or brushed nickel hardware finish.
Customization options: Heights other than 72″ (up to 78″): add $150. Changes to hardware finish and type may impact price. ††Includes 3-year-warranty on product, installation and labor–excluding plastic sweeps. All Dulles Glass and Mirror terms and conditions apply. Offer valid while supplies last.
From: Harold F.
Date: Thu, Sep 12, 2013 at 8:17 PM
Subject: Re: Your Dulles Glass and Mirror order has been shipped.
I wanted to let you know that I received my custom glass order two days ago and unpacked it yesterday. It was masterfully packed in two large packages. I used the glass to build a table to put behind my sofa and it came out beautifully. My wife and I love it. It really adds to our living area. I used eight polished nickel shower glass brackets to hold the four pieces of glass together to form the base of the table. The top is 15″ wide and 60″ long. I’ve attached a picture.
Thanks for a great job.
Thanks to Harold for showing us how things are done as far as a truly custom and truly inventive DIY glass table. It really shows the versatility and utility of glass in one’s home. While not everyone has the same DIY prowess as Harold, just simply getting a glass table top as a protective topping surface on one’s existing table, is also an affordable way to add something new to one’s home decor. We will help you customize the glass, or offer you our selection of in-stock sizes. Really, the options are endless… just be sure to choose Dulles Glass and Mirror!
Ask people who are serious about their wardrobes and they’ll tell you their ideal walk-in closet design is more like a dressing room than a closet. Treating your closet like a room opens the door to all kinds of exciting features and materials, with decorative glass being at the top of the list.
There are many ways to incorporate mirror and decorative glass into your walk-in closet. We’ve seen some fantastic elements in our work with custom walk-in closets and these are our top five:
Wall backing. Large mirrors create a dramatic effect as a wall backing behind closet organization units. This is especially helpful as a beautiful way to bring in more light into your closet.
Cabinet doors and door inserts. Adding glass inserts to closet cabinetry doors both protects fine-quality items and adds a decorative focal point. We love reeded glass for its timeless appeal. Also, amber crackle glass has a rich, opulent effect for high style master closets and dressing rooms. Another option is modern-looking glass doors with beveled or polished edges.
Shoe and handbag shelves. Glass shelves have taken off in bathrooms, entertainment rooms and kitchens. It’s time to bring them into your closet! Good-quality tempered glass shelves provide a display opportunity for fine shoes, handbags and jewelry; they are a very popular trend in modern closet design. Because they are transparent, glass shelves seem to “float” within the closet and help keep the look clean and sophisticated.
Vanity mirror. Mirrors are most often used in their traditional function as a tool for getting dressed. Closet systems that have a built-in dresser or bank of drawers offer the perfect spot for a display area that is topped with a simple or a beveled mirror. But don’t limit yourself to one area; you can use a wall near a doorway or in another narrow space that doesn’t fit cabinetry and create a dramatic full-length mirror.
Countertop surfacing. Glass is the top pick for incredible-looking countertop and work surfaces in today’s stylish homes. Choose from a huge variety of colors and textures to enhance a vanity top or an island. Another option is to create a design with a glass inlay, combining glass with wood, Formica, RTF or other materials.
What Glass Adds to a Closet
Although a closet functions perfectly well without all of the extras if it’s designed properly, incorporating glass can be a smart decision and here’s why:
Glass offers a transparent (or semi-transparent) protection for your wardrobe;
A wide range of glass options, such as colored, frosted, sandblasted and textured, allows a stylish integration with other design elements in the home;
Glass shelves, door inserts and mirrors allow more light into the closet;
A little bit of glass goes a long way; use it in touches to accent only your very finest things
Take cues from your home and carry them through to your closet. Do you own a treasured Mission-style sideboard with reeded glass cabinet door inserts? Add similar cabinet doors in your master walk-in closet. Is your master bathroom outfitted with sculptural glass vessel sinks? Consider a modern touch of glass for your shoe shelves or one eye-catching double-door cabinet with an urban frosted glass insert.
The useful and aesthetic qualities of glass within a closet design are hard to overestimate. Dollar for dollar, glass is an affordable enhancement for your closet that you will enjoy morning after morning, day after day.
BY ERIKA KOTITE, CONTENT DIRECTOR, CLOSET FACTORY
Erika Kotite joined Closet Factory, a national custom closet company founded in 1983, after spending many years in consumer magazine editorial. As national content director, Erika shares Closet Factory’s expertise in designing innovative organizational systems through articles and video. Formerly senior editor of Entrepreneur, Erika moved to interior design to become editor-in-chief of Romantic Homes and Victorian Homes. Her writing has appeared in Cottages & Bungalows, Old House Interiors, Orange Coast, Food52, Romantic Country, San Francisco Business Journal and Yum for Kids. She is fascinated by the many ways to “boutique” your closet; but that’s another story.
From: John C.
Sent: Monday, September 02, 2013 1:20 PM
Subject: Thanks for a job well done!
I just wanted to pass on a picture of the custom mirror you delivered and installed on Friday. It worked out perfectly!
Please recognize the installer crew (Alex and Victor) for a job well done!
Also, I forget the name of the gentleman who measured, but he must have done a good job of measuring to achieve such a good fit.
Thanks for the kind words, from our happy customer John C. To order a custom bathroom mirror, visit our mirrors page. Dulles Glass and Mirror is proud to provide custom bathroom mirror installation services throughout the greater Washington DC Metro Area. For the complete list of cities, please visit our service area page.
Dulles Glass and Mirror’s Glass Handrails Featured on NBC4 Washington (VIDEO)
Today is the first day of school, and we are happy to announce that Dulles Glass and Mirror was granted a chance to play a role in the installation of glass handrails at the brand new Wakefield High School in Arlington, Virginia. This newly opened high school boasts a lot of architectural glass for added light and spaciousness, and even glass solar panels for energy efficiency. We wanted to take this opportunity to wish the best of luck to local school children starting off the school year; while sharing with you the Dulles Glass and Mirror glass handrails as seen in this NBC4 news segment: Continue reading →
It’s always interesting the ways our customers create totally new and creative furniture designs using glass table tops. In the past, we showed you a pictorial of a Jeep engine, turned glass table top. Here is the latest customer submission from our friend Bob Perkins, which shows what a Jacobs Aircraft plane engine table top looks like! We imagine this is one of the most lavish custom table tops ever created, as who can deny its awe-inspiring uniqueness!
If you need a custom table top fully customized all from the comfort of you home, that’s where we come in. Just visit our glass table tops page to get started. And when you have an amazing DIY table top, email us the photos and we’ll feature them here! (submissions: info [at] dullesglassandmirror.com)
Dulles Glass and Mirror’s Glass Shelf Kits Featured in September 2013 Issue of Martha Stewart Living
Click images to view zoomed. Dulles Glass & Mirror’s Glass Shelf Kits — “As Seen in Martha Stewart Living Magazine.”
Dulles Glass and Mirror has been featured in this September’s issue of Martha Stewart Living (on newsstands August 19th). Please pick up a copy and go to page 141 to see some interesting home design ideas, including our affordable glass shelf kits. The Martha Stewart feature also delves into how to re-purpose items you may already have around the house.
Whether you’re looking for rectangular glass shelf kits, corner glass shelf kits, u-shaped, z-shaped, or glass shelves with made with unique glass types, we have you covered on our glass shelf kits page.
DGM Factory: An Inside Look at Dulles Glass and Mirror’s Fabrication Facilities
Dulles Glass and Mirror has been hard at work creating your favorite custom glass and mirror products. This video gives a behind the scenes look at the DGM glass factory. See what it takes to create our line of glass and mirror products; get a look at the machinery in action; see our dedicated team of glass experts; and get a glimpse of our expansive manufacturing capabilities. There is a reason we’re the fastest growing glass & mirror store online — and this video proves it!
To learn more about Dulles Glass and Mirror, please visit our about us page!
A big thanks to our customer Elaine; not only did she leave us great feedback, but she allowed us to showcase the photos of her brand new coffee table top! Click the pictures to see them bigger. And here is Elaine’s kind note:
I recently ordered a piece of glass I needed to create a coffee table top from Dulles Glass and Mirror in Manassas, VA.
I cannot say enough about the beauty of the product or the service I received. The staff was professional and gracious throughout the process. Stephanie in the office there was a huge help in giving me information I needed in order to end up with the look I wanted for the coffee table and room.