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Add some light and colour to those dark autumn / winter gardens with our contemporary purple coloured acrylic garden mirror sheets.
We have added this coloured garden mirror to our website by popular request.
Acrylic mirror is a plastic mirror that can we wall mounted, mounted onto a fence or behind a trellis or waterfall with spectacular effects. It doesn't cost the earth to add these unique effects to your garden. As one of the countries leading retailers of garden mirrors, we buy in bulk and pass on our discounts to you.
Acrylic garden mirror is 10 times stronger than glass and at just 20-25% of the weight of glass, allows it to be hung on wooden structures etc. We provide a free cutting service. If you need your mirror cut to specific sizes, please call us or email us your sizes and we will do this free of charge for you. For a truly bespoke service, we even offer CNC routing of acrylic mirror. We have routed guitars, formula one cars and even music notes for customers.
Please note that acrylic mirror does not always give a 100% flat reflection and are for decorative purposes only. We recommend fixing to a completely flat wall, fence or other surface to give you the best reflective image. Mirrors can reflect light and should be positioned with care - avoid direct sunlight.
Please contact us for full details and a quote.
600mm x 300mm (Approx 2ft x 1ft)
600mm x 600mm (Approx 2ft x 2ft)
1200mmx600mm (Approx 4ft x 2ft)
1800mmx1220mm (Approx 6ft x 4ft) Please telephone us to place an order for this sized product.
The delivery of the Purple Garden Mirror Acrylic Sheets can take up to 5 working days. However, if you require your product more urgently then please contact us by calling on 01202480104 or email us at email@example.com.
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"I hung 4 of your purple mirrors horizontally onto a piece of white perspex measuring 6 feet wide x 18 inches high. My client was over the moon with it". Thanks for the advice. Ken Gray Garden Design, Birmingham.