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Distressed / antiqued/ aged mirror splashback- has anyone bought this or made one?

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Goosegettingfat Sun 09-Apr-17 22:17:47

I love the effect but am struggling to find a supplier. So I may have to resort to following an online tutorial and having a go myself- has anyone tried this? (Or managed to buy one?)

FrozenNotCold Sun 09-Apr-17 23:34:03

Yes! I used this company who were great. They provided toughened antiqued mirror for behind my stove.
http://www.mirror-glass-processing.com
All cut to size and relatively reasonably priced.

Semaphorically Mon 10-Apr-17 08:14:54

Frozen, we are considering a distressed mirror splashback (the same pinterest pic might be to blame grin). How easy is it to clean around the edges? Do you have one piece of mirror or several squares?

meladeso Mon 10-Apr-17 13:34:18

I've just got in touch with this place for a quote - rough old glass.co.uk

website looks ace, no idea how expensive it will be!

FrozenNotCold Tue 11-Apr-17 23:04:49

It's just like normal glass so no problems cleaning it. We have three pieces cut to size around the stove.

FrozenNotCold Tue 11-Apr-17 23:05:34

Forgot to say that we got the edges polished so there are no sharp bits.

Goosegettingfat Wed 12-Apr-17 07:24:35

Amazing! I'm off to check them out, thanks frozen flowers (I found rough old glass but I seem to remember they had a minimum order of £500, and I don't need that much)

meladeso Fri 14-Apr-17 10:03:55

So the rough old glass people were vvvvvv expensive!
So then I tried this one - www.mgp-uk.com/
And that came in at less than half.
I'm going to check out the one Frozen suggested too.

meladeso Fri 14-Apr-17 10:05:00

Oh hang on, just realised it ls the same company as frozen suggested! Good to know they did good work

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