Glazing & Mirrors
The addition of glazing and/ or mirrors to your joinery is an easy way to up the ante when it comes to the design. Glass shelves in furniture will allow light to penetrate or to illuminate from below, or are a better alternative to shelving in bathroom joinery as they can withstand any residual moisture on items that are placed upon them. We can include glazing in your joinery, with many different glass colours, finishes and thicknesses available to consider.
See what glass options are available here.
Mirrors are frequently added to wardrobes internally or externally, and these are also available in a number of colours or types to suit your taste and décor, click here for more information.
When choosing mirror fronts for bathroom cabinets, consider whether you would like a heat pad situated behind the mirror which will reduce steam from bathing.
Windows and doors
We produce double glazing as standard in our windows, although another popular choice is triple glazing or slim profiled double glazed units for homes where period features must be retained.
For glazed doors such as French doors, the glass is always toughened.
We can also incorporate specialist glass units such as those containing blinds, or beautiful artistic coloured stained glass that is made bespoke for each project such as from Maya Stanic in Chiswick.
As well a wooden balustrades for stairs, we frequently install glass balustrades as a very modern and minimalist option. We will template, supply and install the glass to your specification.
Another application of glass for your bespoke joinery is for splashbacks in kitchens, utility rooms and bathrooms. We have the in house capability to paint the back of the glass to any colour of your choice (including colour matching to an object such as a tile) and we will supply and install this for you after your kitchen is in place to ensure a perfect fit.