Just like windows, mirrors can be used in any interior design to add light and depth to any room. Manufactured in our Cambridge design studio, mirrors also have a unique ability to reflect and pick up colour tones and texture from walls to create effect. Using mirrors in small rooms give an illusion of space, in darker rooms light and understanding how to install mirrors correctly can be the make and break of an interior room design.Read More
Advancements in manufacturing techniques now mean that mirrors can be used in even more applications than before. Bathroom mirrors are now available with demista pads to prevent steaming up, are moisture resistant and are available as illuminated mirrors allowing for subtle lighting effects. Bathroom mirrors are available made to measure and can be set into tiles or fitted using mirror backplates giving a “floating” effect to the mirror. If you are limited for space, glass shelves can be bonded onto the face of the mirror, or why not have a custom designed frameless all glass bathroom cabinet with mirror glass doors?
In living and dining rooms mirrors can be used as a focal point and make a statement with options including tinted mirrors in bronze and grey, antique mirrors, bevelled edges or decorative mirror options including glass etching with a choice of design and custom artwork options available.
A home bar is one of the ultimate indulgences and is becoming increasingly fashionable in interior home design. Bar mirrors are made to measure and incorporate glass shelving to display glasses and beautiful spirit bottles. Add to this a touch of colour changing LED lighting and you have your own cocktail bar in the comfort of your own home.
Commercial mirrors for hotels, gyms, spas, bars and restaurant mirrors can be custom designed with logo’s or bespoke artwork creating interesting and unique interiors. Made to measure in sizes up to 2mts x 3mts and delivery to Cambridge and other UK addresses normally within a few days.
Mirrors for halls and entryways is a choice for many interior designers, often deprived of natural light mirrors are a perfect answer and can be complimented with objects such as candles, pictures or sculptures to create ambience. Garden mirrors are also becoming popular in outdoor design particularly with smaller patio areas and can be hung onto a blank wall to reflect sunlight and make the garden appear larger and more interesting.
Go Glass have over 40 years experience in Cambridge and a dedicated technical glass design team and have been shortlisted in both 2017 and 2018 for UK Glass Company of the Year. They have a wealth of experience in how to use mirrors in interior design and would be pleased to help with any project large or small. Delivery is prompt and available throughout the UK.