In almost all cases the answer is a resounding YES – a MirrorMate frame will work on your mirror. Pretty much any existing, wall-mounted square or rectangular mirror- no matter the size, location or circumstances can be framed. The only mirror that cannot be framed is round, oval or circular – sorry!
With 15 years of experience providing framing kits for mirrors, we have literally thought of every scenario so you can feel confident a frame will work in your specific situation. Try us!
Mirror held to the wall with clips or channel? No problem!
Our recess in the back of the frame allows the clips and channel to fit within the frame. If you happen to have large, plastic clips we will send you free replacement clips that will work with the frame.
Mirror that sits on the backsplash? No problem!
The frame attaches directly to the wall so you don’t need any space around it. It’ll work even if your mirror runs into a wall or ceiling – or all of the above!
Really BIG mirror? No problem!
All of our frames styles are available up to 102” in length except for Highline, which is available up to 92”. There are, however, some frame styles that are available at longer lengths to accommodate mirrors up to 113” in a single piece. In many cases our frames can be “spliced”, or combined from two pieces, to accommodate a maximum mirror length of 142”.
Two or three mirrors abut one another on angles? No problem!
Two mirrors meeting at an angle is called a bi-fold mirror. Three mirrors meeting at angles, as shown below, is called a tri-fold mirror. Any of these mirrors can be framed! Contact customer service directly at email@example.com or (866) 304-6283 for details and to order.
Mirror with a beveled edge? No problem!
As long as your beveled edge is less than 1” wide our frames will work! We do recommend ordering a wide 3”+ frame style to ensure proper adhesion and coverage.
Any other scenarios you are wondering about that we didn’t cover here? Don’t hesitate to ask us. We’re always happy to help! Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org, e-chat or call us (866) 304-6283.