When a mask has been added to your configuration and purchase has been completed, a member of our experienced team will make contact to consult/confirm the size and style of the mask required. This will happen before production starts.
To help with the search for your perfect design, we offer up to 4 FREE samples.
Each sample request comes with a £5.00 off voucher code which can be used with your ultimate mirror purchase.
This covers our minimum PP cost of £ 4.95 which you will encounter at checkout.
If you require any further assistance with sample service call or email our customer service team who will be pleased to assist. Tel : 0333 800 8181
First choose the style TV mirror you'd like to create, choose from either a framed and unframed design.
When choosing a framed mirror you will next enounter a range of frame designs with multiple search and sort options.
To assist you can filter and sort the complete range from the easy to access drop-down menus.
You can also request samples of the frame design before ordering from the magnifier icon next to each design.
After choosing a frame design, you can now enter the size of your required mirror, in cm or inches, by using the buttons and drop down menus.
IMPORTANT The sizes entered are the Glass size of the mirror, a helpful guide to sizing terminology can be found by clicking the information icon.
Choose the type of mirror glass that best suits your enviroment, There's a useful informative guide available from the info icon assit with your choice, plus the ability to order a sample if required. or speak to one of our experienced sales team, who would be pleased to help 0333 800 8181 - office hours Mon-Fri
Further options are also available by clicking the options bar.
To add the option simply click the plus icon or infornation icon to see a guide and more details before purchase.
When you have fully configured you mirror to the desired size and with the desired options, the total price will be displayed next to the Buy Now button, which can be clicked to add you mirror to the Basket.
If you do not require any further mirrors, click the basket icon at the top of the page to continue throught to the checkout precess.
when requiring glas only all the above step are the same, with the exception of a frame choice.
Both option allow you a final visualisation of you mirror before commiting to buy.
To see a selection of additional accessories and fittings, click the "Add other accessories and fittings" button.
Our framing calculator lets you enter the overall size of your chosen mirror. This is the external size of your mirror including the frame.
When choosing a bespoke framed mirror, remember that part of the mirror will be under the rebate of the frame to hold your mirror in place. This is usually between 7-10mm on each side, (See image below).
For most people, this would not be noticeable unless specifically pointed out. For those customers where the visible mirror size is very important, we recommend that you call our friendly Sales team on 0333 800 8181 or email them direct at firstname.lastname@example.org so that one of team can assist you before manufacturing your mirror.
Frames with Bevelled Mirrors are normally 25mm wide as standard on glass only mirrors, with framed mirrors the visible bevelled edge is normally 15 ? 18mm with the remaining edge going under the rebate of the frame as shown above. If you require a wider bevelled edge, please feel free to call or email for further assistance or advice.
Our bespoke framed mirrors are supplied with fixings suitable for the size of your chosen mirror. Full Hanging instructions can be found at:
You have three options, you can use the guide above and install your own mirror, alternatively you use our own fitting sadly we only cover certain areas, for further details contact our sales team on 0333 800 8181 or email them direct at email@example.com. You could use a handyman service using services such as www.checkatrade.com.
ALL our TV mirrors are created and designed to work excellently under artifical and subdued lighting conditions and any mirrors from the range can be used very successfully where these kind of conditions prevail.
We do understand that this is not possible for all situations and have therefore developed our Ultra range of mirrors which are best suited to environments with varying lighting conditions.
Ultra Silver is the option of choice when the reflectivity of the mirror is your priority, the Ultra's specially formulated coating makes the most of the naturaly available light, resulting in a brighter, lighter mirror.
This exceptionally reflective mirror allows your television to be viewed clearly, with very little tint. However, in some cases a small adjustment to the brightness levels of the television may be required to compensates the reduced light transmission. Overall resulting in a superior mirror reflection and excellent picture quality. Best suited to enviroments low levels natural light.
Ultra Standard mirror are set up to allow more light through the glass, resulting in brighter cleaner images fron the television, the small trade off is a very slighty darker looking mirror. These mirror are best suited to bright environments where more natural light is prominant.
Ultra plus is our flag ship premium TV mirror, balancing superior reflection with exception picture brightness, ultra plus is the go to choice when only the best will do. Suitable for all but the very brightest of natural light conditions
Mirror TV’s are a wonderful thing, but sometimes it’s hard to visualise what measurements are required and how the TV will fit into the frame.
Following are a few illustrations to help visualise how to measure and how things fit together.
First, how to measure, this is fairly straight forward once the terminology is recognised.
This is the size or the area/size you’ll be able to see of your television, once everything comes together.
This will basically be the overall size of your TV including its frame/bezel, but not the stand.
Is the overall size of the finished framed mirror that will be going on your wall and the space you’ll need to hang the mirror.
All the above sizes have two attributes, WIDTH and HEIGHT. These are essential before any quote or production can begin.
ideally this should be greater than your TV’s thickness, some modern screens are very slim indeed and this makes it much easier to fit into a frame. However, if your TV is not so slim, we can always build out the back of the frame to accommodate the screen, but the easier way would be to choose a frame with a deeper rebate. Our sales team will always be on hand to talk you through the options.
This is important because this is the part that will hide the edge of the screen, often referred to as the bezel of the screen. Once again having a suitable screen is always preferable, but as our final illustration shows even this can be overcome with masking the edge of the glass, so as not to see the bezel of the screen.
This is simply the thickness of the frame or in the case where there is a "thick" TV, the frame plus any additional framework added to the original frame, intended to house the "thicker" TV. Over all this will be how far the finished frame sits out from the wall.
For the safety concious amongst us and for TV mirrors is public areas, toughened glass is definately for you.
In nut shell, toughening, is the strengthening of the glass by putting it through an extra special manufactureing process, which can be either thermal or chemical.
Resulting in a much harder and resiliant form of glass.
Sadly, for technical reasons, this process is only available with our Ultra standard and Ultra plus TV mirrors.
Essentially, mirror masking is the blanking of or covering of the mirror glass in a fixed predetermined area, with the purpose to totally stop light being able to transcend through that area of the glass, similar in principle to that a blackout curtain.
Mirror masking is principally used for two reasons. One, where the frame of TV would show beneath the glass and secondly, where the TV screen is much smaller than the required mirror size.
For illustration purposes, we have shown a red frame to our TV just to clearly demonstrate the principles.
Fig 1. Shows a "thin" TV with a narrow bezel, the perfect combination for a TV mirror, because the whole bezel is hidden by the frame rebate width, and the "thickness" of the TV fits within the depth of the frame rebate.
Fig 2. Shows a "thin" TV with a wide bezel, whilst this is not the perfect combination for a TV mirror. However, the visible bezel can easily be covered with the use of a mirror mask, see fig 3.
Fig 3. Shows a "thin" TV with a wide bezel, being covered and hidden from view, with the use of a narrorw mirror mask.
Fig 4: Finally, Masks can also be used when a large mirror is required, with a TV of a much smaller size. fig 4 shows just a few examples of mirror masks used for this purpose.
Note: The areas in black ( the masked area ) will always be seen as a mirror.
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