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Beveled Mirrors

Westport Glass offers beveled edging on any piece of mirror, whether the piece is rounded, curved, or straight-line!

The term “beveled” refers to the process of cutting the edges of a piece of mirror to a specific angle and size in order to produce an elegant, framed look.  This process leaves the mirror thinner around the edges, while the large middle portion remains thicker.  The beveled edge around a piece of mirror can range in size from 1/4” to 1-3/4”.

A framed or frameless beveled mirror can work in many rooms, especially where the mirror will serve as a focal point. Frameless beveled mirrors are an elegant choice for an entryway, dining room, or bathroom because the beveled mirror does not require an extra frame.  The beveled edges give the mirror a frame-like look without the added weight of a heavy wood or metal frame.  This results in an impressive mirror that blends easily with nearly any décor.

Another popular option is to apply beveling to bathroom mirrors.  Beveling a bathroom mirror turns a bland bathroom into a classy, elegant design statement.  Beveled foyer mirrors and fireplace mirrors are also becoming increasingly popular design options for homeowners interested in updated their home décor. 

Our beveled mirrors come in all sizes and shapes, including:

-Rectangle mirrors

-Square mirrors

-Circle mirrors

-Oval mirrors

-Custom-shaped mirrors

Westport Glass does all of its beveling in-house, meaning quicker turnaround times and lower prices for you!  Stop by our showroom today to view many beveled mirrors on display, or give us a call with your dimensions for a FREE quote.

Westport Glass offers a variety of different edges for your new mirror. They include Clean Cut, Seamed, Pencil Edge, Flat Polish, Beveling and Double Beveling. Beveled Edges include: 1/2", 3/4", 1", 1 1/4", and 1 1/2".

Below are some examples of Mirror Edges:

In addition to the perfect edgework, we can also cut mirrors in to Circles, Ellipses, Ovals or any shape you can think of.

Here are some examples of Mirror shapes.