Whether you’re looking to brighten or widen a room, or for a convenient way to complete your stylish wardrobe routine, we are here to help you design a unique place with our distinctive mirror service.
No matter what you need, commercial or residential, and no matter where you are, we provide mirrors creation services in New York including Brooklyn and anywhere in the tristate. Big or small, round or square, mirrors are a perfect way to reflect your personal or professional style.
Delivering the best custom mirror solutions and services in New York is our mission.
From great looking framed mirrors for your business or house, to custom mirrors, frameless bathroom mirrors and framed bathroom mirrors, floor mirrors, decorative wall mirrors, large decorative mirrors for living room, dining room and bathroom. Whether it is a wall or wardrobe mirror for a home remodel, commercial or industrial mirror, an upgrade or a particular project, we have a mirror solution for you, as our mission is to provide the best quality custom mirrors and best possible service at the most competitive price.
“Decorating your room with mirrors expands it, adding more psychological space, and reflects light adding brightness & shine to your home or office.”
We are keen to achieve the look and feel that you want while also meeting your exact specifications.
It can cost from $40 to $80 per session, depending on the expertise level of the trainer.
Standard wall mirrors cost from $8 to $15 or more per square foot installed. The variation in price depends on the complexity of the installation, how the edges are finished and if the mirror is carved or decorated.
Acrylic mirrors are sturdy and flexible. While glass mirrors provide superior reflection quality, an acrylic mirror is a good choice for certain instances. Acrylic mirrors make a great alternative to glass mirrors as they’re much more impact resistant and don’t shatter if they happen to break, so they’re safer too
Acrylic as a material is cheaper to manufacture and transport than glass. But a complete glass aquarium is still cheaper than an acrylic one.