Custom mirrors are perfect solution to your decorating dilemmas. If you are struggling to improve a small room or hallway that doesn't receive natural light, the right piece of glass decor instantly add the illusion of space and amplify light for a more airy and spacious feel. Glass Doctor® of Granbury, TX has spent years working with local residents to create custom glass solutions that transform lackluster spaces. You will be amazed to see how easily a piece of glass can create a focal point in any room. Impress your visitors and create a warm and welcoming home for your friends and family when you work with our specialists to outfit your home with custom mirrors and unique glass decor.
Brilliant Custom Mirror Additions
Create Depth and the Illusion of Space
One of the most obvious benefits of installing custom mirrors is that they can open up cramped spaces. Move mirrors beyond closets and bathrooms. A mirrored backsplash in any size kitchen will create a depth and naturally add light to under cabinets spaces. In addition, a strategically placed mirror serves as a bold headboard choice or the perfect accent to a fireplace. There really are no limits to the ways you can use mirrors to highlight different architectural features of your home. If you aren't sure where to begin, a specialist at Glass Doctor of Granbury, TX can walk you through your options. We will discuss tints, edges, finishes and frames in order to create the ideal final product.
Accentuate Your Home Decor and Art
Glass shelving and framed mirrors are a simple addition, which will highlight your collections. Mirrored shelves deliver a 360-degree view of your sculptures and other collectibles. And a well placed mirror can add just the right touch to a wall full of art or photos.
Mirrors Made to Impress
Turn a boring closet into a dressing room with full length mirrors or amplify light by placing a small mirror behind wall mounted lights. When you work with Glass Doctor of Granbury, TX, our creative specialists make your design dreams a success. Get started today by scheduling a consultation that includes the measurement process!