Table mirrors bring a fresh dimension to table-top displays.

Used creatively, these simple and cost effective mirrors can enhance any table setting...e.g. Place one under the table centrepiece to create the effect of floating on water.

Our table mirrors are available in a range of Shapes and Sizes. Made from strong Acrylic mirror, which won’t shatter or break like ordinary glass.

For your convenience we’ve two easy purchasing options.

Doing just what is says in the tin, our Pre-Cut sizes are the quick and simple method to purchase table centre piece mirrors. Just choose the Size, Shape and Quantity required then click it into your basket, pay and your done.

Or for those more demanding applications try our free online tool to choose your Size, and Shape, with the confidence of obtaining an instant quotation before ordering.

What are Table centre mirrors?

Table centre mirrors are most commonly shaped either circular or rectangular but may in actual fact be any shape at all, they are also most commonly found as mirrors, but can indeed be other materials too.

Ever since flowers and other decorative pieces have been placed on tables for adornment, further enhancements have followed and it was only a matter of time before mirrors were used for both decorative and practical purposes.

Why use table centre mirrors...

From a decorative perspective, mirrors help to enhance the display, usually floral, by allowing the observer to see the display from all angles, both highlighting and accentuating colours and shape of the display, the shape of the mirrors to, can add to the display, especially in the case of Acrylic centrepiece mirrors, when these can be cut in any desired shape or pattern, the shape of a wedding couples initials, for example.

On the practical side, the mirrors can simply act as a barrier between a dripping vase and an expensive tablecloth or the varnish on a beautiful highly polish table.

Where are the used

Many table centres are used at celebratory occasions, such as weddings and anniversary meals, when the table decorations add to the sense of occasion and when a beautifully adorned table can certainly add to the atmosphere of the festivities.

However, many are also found adorning table tops or side cabinets in home or hotel lobbies and rooms, the choice really is yours.

Options galore

Mirrored tables centre can come in all shapes and sizes, in both glass and acrylic.

Glass table centres are available as either Circles or Squares, are 4mm thick and have polished smooth edgings. They can be purchased as either a single item or in larger quantities, where large discounts are available.

Acrylic mirrors for table centres, on the other hand, come with no such limitation of shape. With a gauge of 3mm and access to our laser cutting service, the shape is only limited by your imagination.

vSpecialist coloured mirrors are also available too, when choosing acrylic over the glass alternative, sadly though, only when purchasing in commercial quantities of 20+

What are the benefits & limitations?

    Benefits of Glass

  • Durable for use many times over.
  • Easy to clean with smooth, safe edges.
  • Safety backing or Felt backing an option.
  • Benefits of Acrylic

  • A Cheaper option than glass counterparts.
  • Laser cut for perfectly smooth edge finish.
  • Ability to be cut in any shape or pattern.
  • Available in many colours.
  • Durable to knocks and bangs.

    Limitations of Glass

  • Heavy to store, easy to break

    Limitations of Acrylic

  • Not Scratch resistant.