Custom Mirror Fabrication and Installation

Our Prices Reflect Our Quality Mirrors

Kryger Glass is dedicated to creating unique and customized mirrors for your home or business. Our technicians are trained to craft detailed mirrors while ensuring safety remains a top priority. Whether it’s an entire wall of mirrors, or a small mirror for your bathroom, you can feel confident knowing you are getting the highest quality glass crafted by the highest quality experts.


Here are a few steps to get started on choosing a custom-built mirror:

  1. Measure the space where you want your mirror or mirrors to go
  2. Write down the specs
  3. Subtract the size of your frame, if necessary
  4. If you are hanging your mirror on the wall, use a stud finder to make sure it can be securely hung
  5. Call us to set up an appointment at 877.711.4527

When it’s time for your appointment, we can help you select the best type of glass and edging that fits your needs. If you aren’t sure how to measure the space or get the right estimates, don’t hesitate to give us a call.


How Does Mirror Fabrication Work?


Once you decide on what type of mirror you want and where it will go, it’s time for us to get to work. We start by cutting and shaping the glass with very fine blades. This is also where we get very detailed in our work by drilling, notching, and making cutouts based on your personal design. When it comes to the edgework, we offer a variety of designs to meet your unique needs.

Types of Edgework Treatment:

  • Bevel
  • Straight Bevel
  • Double Bevel
  • Flat Polish
  • Pencil Polish
  • Ogee
  • Bullnose
  • Quarter Bullnose
  • Chipped Edge
  • Blasted Edge

When your custom mirror is finished, it’s extremely important to make sure it not only arrives at your home or business safely, but that it is professionally installed. Our staff knows how to mount any and all types of mirrors, and uses the best practices to ensure your mirror is in the safest place possible and will remain secure. If you are unsure of how to hang your mirror, give us a call and we won’t hesitate to send help.

Finding the Right Space


Mirrors are typically used for functional purposes – they are usually found in bathrooms, bedrooms and dressing rooms. But mirrors can serve multiple purposes, whether they are used for decoration, to enhance a small room, or even help keep you safe. Here’s a look at some creative ways a mirror can take your home to the next level.

Decoration or Accent Pieces: Placing a mirror in your entry way can be a great way to brighten up your home, or have a place to do last-minute checkups before you head out the door. However, make sure it’s not in a place where you or guests will see a reflection as soon as they walk in the door. Other great places to hang a mirror include your formal dining room, above your desk, or above your fireplace.

Small Rooms: Mirrors can also help make a small space feel brighter and bigger. Try hanging a mirror in a narrow hallway to give the illusion of a wider space. Also consider adding small mirrors above your bedroom nightstands. The light from your lamps will reflect off of them, giving your room a warm feeling while making it appear more open. Get creative in other places of your homeby turning a mirror sideways or grouping a bunch of small mirrors together.

Blind Spots: While mirrors are a great accessory to any room, did you know they can also help keep you safe? You can actually use mirrors to feel more secure in your home or business by hanging them in places that reflect blind spots. For example, you can hang a mirror above your stove or sink so you can see behind you in the kitchen, or in hallways to see around corners.

Let the glass experts at Kryger help you enhance your home or business with a customized mirror. Call us to schedule an appointment today!

Set Up Your Appointment: 877.711.4527

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