Bevelled edge mirror – Facade mirrors are available in a variety of shapes and sizes. This type of mirror is sold to any store home furnishing store and can range from cheap to expensive. When a mirror is beveled, its edges are cut at an angle to produce a finished look. The mirror looks as if it narrows towards the edges. The bevels are typically cut around the edges of the frame, ranging from 1/2 inch to 1 1/2 inches, depending on the size of the mirror. The mirrors can have multiple bevels.
A beveled mirror looks more polished than a mirror with a common, flat polished edge. Therefore, bevelled mirrors can be used without frames. They can also be used, on a smaller scale, for decorating tables. For example, a bevelled edge mirror can be placed flat and topped with candles.
A bevelled edge mirror serves as a best decorative element and can visually enhance a stripped mirror. Also, on a frameless mirror, a facade edge is set using a sharp stone to grind away the edge. And that when the light hits the bevelled edge mirror it bends and forms a nice prism. Beveling is a good and best safety measure when mirrors are within reach of a child. Bevelled edge mirror removes potentially sharp edges, which could prove dangerous.