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Silver Mirrors for SaleMirrors have always been very popular, and are almost considered household staples. Admit it, we can’t resist looking at ourselves in the mirrors, even if it’s just a quick check before running out the door. Silver mirrors, however, are often praised for their luminescent properties and pure beauty. They are highly valued because they reflect light, and therefore they seem to really open up a room and add more light, all the while creating a beautiful design feature on your wall.

How to decide which Silver Mirror is for you:

We offer an extensive range of mirrors for you to reflect on. From free standing to wall mounted, big, small, and everything in between, we can guarantee you will find the perfect silver mirror to add a dash of opulence to your home.

The question now is: Which silver mirror is the one for you and your home?

The sky’s the limit when it comes to sizes and designs of the silver mirrors we offer. Large rectangular full length mirrors can go just about anywhere, as they exude sophistication and can be perfect for reviving any room in your home and instantly creating a luxurious, elegant feel. Oval and round mirrors are quite popular as they present a way to introduce something a little more noticeable. They can be eye-catching because we are so used to seeing landscape or portrait and square mirrors.

How to take care of your Silver Mirror:

Here are a few tips on how to ensure your silver mirror is always looking its best:

Keep your mirror dry.

Especially for mirrors in your bathroom, all that moisture, humidity and heat can affect the silver mirror frame. The finish and paint can peel and fade away. Be sure to give the mirror a good wipe with a dry cloth when the mirror becomes damp to remove the moisture.

Dust with microfiber towels.

Microfiber towels can work perfectly for removing smudges and dust particles when a damp cloth just doesn’t cut it.

Use the right chemical cleaner

Be sure to always be cautious when buying chemical glass cleaners for your mirrors, as some may contain ammonia, which can then eat away at the silver frames of your mirror and produce black patches around the edges.