Bendheim Introduces Glamir™ Architectural Mirrors in Rare Pastel and Jewel Tones

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Bendheim introduces Glamir™, a collection of decorative architectural mirror in exclusive, never-before-available colors. These rare mirrors help create a sense of openness while improving the quality of interior light.

Bendheim's Glamir™ Architectural Glass Collection

By perfecting the Champagne and Pale Gold mirrors, we bring to the design community two vital hues that have never been seen before in architectural mirror.

Bendheim introduces its Glamir™ architectural glass collection, providing design professionals several original mirror colors to brilliantly enhance the look and feel of interior spaces. These rare mirrors create a sense of openness, seemingly expanding spaces as they improve the quality and quantity of interior light.

Bendheim’s new Glamir collection is produced with specialty low-iron glass, eliminating the typical bluish-green glass tint and allowing the pure, jewel-like colors to show through. The collection begins with the two most difficult hues to achieve: Champagne and Pale Gold. The two mirrors, delicate and warm, lend an atmosphere of timeless elegance and a new energy to almost any space, from a private residence to a fitness center. The collection also offers mirrors in vivid Gold and Amber colors. Creating luminous design elements – from impressive feature walls to decorative accents – they exude warmth and sophistication, finding applications in a variety of hospitality, retail, commercial, and residential settings.

The new Glamir colored mirror collection continues to set Bendheim apart in the market. The refined pastel shades expand the architect and designer’s palette with a broad range of previously unavailable hues, including custom colors.

“These new colors have been in development for quite some time. We chose to work with this unique range of pastel metallics, knowing they would be a challenge to achieve. By perfecting the Champagne and Pale Gold mirrors, we bring to the design community two vital hues that have never been seen before in architectural mirror. They further represent our ability to match any custom color,” said Steven Jayson, Vice President of Bendheim.

Glamir is available to the trade in customizable sizes, up to 47” x 120” (1.19m x 3.05m).

As a valuable partner, Bendheim’s team brings decades of specialty architectural glass experience to building and design professionals throughout the design process, from concept to completion. To learn more about Bendheim decorative architectural glass, please visit http://www.BendheimArchitectural.com.

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