Even though we sell a huge number of relatively standard items like glass countertops, staircase railings, full-length mirrors, and custom frames, none of those could truly be considered the “superstars” of our showroom. No, the one thing that seems to catch everyone’s eye – from new homeowners to experienced design and building professionals – is our collection of architectural glass.
There is a good reason for this: Our architectural glass collection is simply stunning. You won’t see anything else like it in Calgary or all of Alberta. It isn’t unusual for us to hear that people didn’t even know that items like that existed, much less that they could have them in their own homes.
Because they attract so much interest and excitement, here are a few things you should know about the architectural glass you see at Calgary’s House of Mirrors:
It’s not as expensive as you would think. Despite its exotic beauty, architectural glass tends to be more affordable than most homeowners and design professionals would imagine it to be. If you have a question about an individual item you see in our showroom, or website, simply ask and we’ll get you the answers you’re looking for.
Architectural glass isn’t just about colors. Although the vivid blues and reds tend to catch the eye first, great architectural glass also incorporates unique shapes and textures. It’s like having a piece of living art in your home, and one that’s durable and easy to clean.
Some architectural glass pieces can be customized. If you see something that you really like, but would be interested in finding out about a different design or color, simply ask one of our sales associates. It might be possible for you to order a piece of architectural glass that follows a custom design pattern or meets the unique set of requirements for your home.
You have to see it to believe it. If you are just reading about our architectural glass collection and haven’t seen it for yourself yet, then take a few minutes to stop in and have a look. It truly is something you need to experience firsthand to get a real sense of what it can bring to a home or building project.
There is no better place to see or learn about architectural glass than the showroom at Calgary’s House of Mirrors. Why not stop in and have a look for yourself today?
Written by Greg Dunn. Visit Greg on Google+