If you don't need a customized mirror, choose from a variety of pre-made mirrors that are ready to ship right from our warehouse!
Creating the perfect home, garage, or basement gym begins with the following steps:
Sometimes, you want a mirror that is exactly what you want: the shape, size, edges, and even color. The beauty of a custom glass mirror from Dulles Glass & Mirror is that you can customize to your exact specifications. When you order a custom mirror, we fabricate it right in our own facility. That means you get exactly what you want -- quickly!
Here are some fast facts about our custom mirrors:
Custom mirrors are a beautiful asset to any wall, of course. But there are many other uses for custom mirrors that our customers have shared with us over time.
We recommend several edge types for your custom mirror. You'll choose these options during the customization step of ordering your mirror.
Safety backing is a custom option you can choose when ordering your custom mirror. Here are a few facts about safety backing that will help you decide if you need it.
You have several choices for installing your custom mirror. In general, you will need to be sure to install your mirror on a sturdy part of your wall (on studs if you can). Typically, we recommend that our customers use mirror mastic and either decorative clips or j-bars to install their mirror, for extra support.
The largest sizes for online orders are 69 15/16" x 69 15/16"; however if you need a larger size (up to 84" x 130") please call our mirror experts at 1-866-452-7707, or request a quote.
After your order is received, our manufacturing process usually takes 5 to 7 business days. Once your order is fulfilled, we will ship it immediately and send you a confirmation email with tracking information.
At Dulles Glass & Mirror we specialize in on-site edging for:
Flat polish edge mirrors: A flat edge, the most common, has been sanded down and polished to a smooth shiny finish. Mirrors with flat polish edges are an excellent addition to a modern, minimalist décor.
Beveled edge mirrors: A beveled edge involves cutting and polishing a mirror with a specific bevel width, which is chosen by the buyer during customization. Normal bevel widths can range in size from 1/4" to 1-3/4". The end product is very attractive; making beveled edge mirrors a perfect stand-alone decorative element for any room. For more information about beveled edge customization, go to our beveled mirror page.
Seamed edge mirrors: A seamed edge is applied to mirrors primarily as a safety precaution. The rough edges are sanded down, making the mirror easier to handle. However, due to the relatively unfinished look of a seamed edge, this type of mirror is mainly recommended for framing.