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Lighted Mirrors

Add another point of luxury in your environment. Lighted mirrors offer a touch of sophistication while adding an alternate lighting source for any space.

Using an eco-friendly silvering process in conjunction with energy efficient LED lighting, these mirrors reduce waste and are environmentally sound.

Our mirrors are also waterproof adding to its already tough tempered glass design that won’t fog up thanks to our defogging option on select models.

No matter your project specs, we have the lighted mirror option for you. Our custom options include adding a touch sensor button, various mirror sizing options to fit your project, 3′ power cable or hardwire options, and various decorative glass options like etched and frost glass patterns.

FGD | OSS UL certified lighted mirror options also come in efficient LED or T5 lighting with both framed or frameless designs. Discover our lighted mirror options below or contact our project experts if you already have an idea of what you need.

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Download Our Lighted Mirrors Lookbook

Add another point of luxury in your environment. Lighted mirrors offer a touch of sophistication while also adding an alternate lighting source for any space. Download our Lighted Mirrors Lookbook and explore our LED mirror models, options, and features.

Download Our Lighted Mirrors Lookbook

Lighted Mirrors Landing Page Image

Add another point of luxury in your environment. Lighted mirrors offer a touch of sophistication while also adding an alternate lighting source for any space. Download our Lighted Mirrors Lookbook and explore our LED mirror models, options, and features.

Lighted Mirrors Specs and Information

• Eco-Friendly Mirror Silvering• Standard & Custom Sizes Available
• Framed and Frameless Designs• Touch Sensor Button Available
• Efficient LED or T5 Lighting• Defogger Option
• 3000k – 6000k Temperature• 3′ Power Cable or Hardwire Option
• UL Certified• Minimum Order of 25 Units

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