A Manchester company has won ‘Best Bespoke Mirror Manufacturer – North West England’ in the 2017 Interior Design Awards by Build.
Mirrorworld, based in Swinton, was contacted by the digital publication and told the exciting news.
The company, established from humble beginning as a bespoke framing studio and has been trading for over 30 years growing into the UK’s leading mirror specialist and now designs, manufactures and sells over 5,000 different styles of mirrors.
Mirrorworld has invested heavily in state of art new machinery over the last few years. The warehouse now houses a millimetre-perfect laser cutting machine, CNC machine, Mirror Laminator, edging machine and new wall saw to name a few.
Each piece of machinery added to the warehouse has been purchased to ensure Mirrorworld can offer its customers the widest range of choice, and the team of innovative staff are encouraged to help design and create new mirrors to add to the growing range.
The company has created mirrors that have been delivered to every type of customer from Mr & Mrs Smith through to Interior Designers, Hotels, Restaurants, hospitals, school and building projects. They have always taken pride in their mirrors and try and meet all their customer’s needs.
Speaking about the award, Andrew Taylor, General Manager at Mirrorworld, said: “We are truly grateful to have won the award for Best Bespoke Mirror Manufacturer in the North West.
“Mirrorworld has worked hard over the years to grow its bespoke portfolio of mirrors and can now boast the largest range of bespoke mirror offerings in the UK.
“An award like this helps us focus on providing our customers with beautiful bespoke products made to high standards at reasonable prices.”
The award is the first interior design award run by Build and the awards were judged on merit by the in-house judging panel.
The awards are dedicated to uncovering and rewarding the very best in technical innovation, design and service.
A spokeswoman for Build said: “The 2017 Interior Design Awards have been introduced to honour those firms and individuals who have taken every challenge head on, putting their heart and soul into their work and creating a solid client base.”
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