Even though mirror doors are commonly used for homes, they add a distinctive curb appeal to any office. If you are pleased with how your commercial property already looks, why not double your inclination with some well-designed and beautiful mirrors?
Since mirrors replicate the space that already exists, they can add deepness to places that aren't very big. A mirror door in a thin hallway can make it seem less overcrowded. A mirror door can also be a comfortable accent to any office.
Mirror tile is almost completely used for aesthetics, rather than for functionality. Nothing like some other glass surfaces, mirror tile is more on the delicate side. Mirror tile is also commonly used behind stoves as a back splash. Its heat resistance is almost as good as its optical exterior.
One of the biggest paybacks of using mirror tile instead of one endless mirror is in how stress-free tile is to get a replacement. A fissure in a nonstop mirror often needs the entire piece to be replaced; when one tile crashes, all you replace is that tile. Moreover, a small crash will not spread from one tile to another.