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Dielectric Mirrors are the cutting edge of tv mirror technology. They allow flawless quality and incredible brightness compared to a two way mirror, ideal for bedroom and living room mirror tv projects.

What is a Dielectric Mirror?

A dielectric mirror, also known as a tv mirror, has a semi-transparent mirror coating on the glass that allows it to become a mirror in favorable lighting conditions. This is the number one choice for mirror tv installations because it provides flawless picture quality through the mirror, while still maintaining a beautiful reflection when the television is off. This is a special kind of “two way mirror”, manufactured on a clear glass substrate that has absolutely no color tint and high clarity.

If you are interested in a tv mirror for the bathroom, the glass smart mirror is identical to a standard mirror and will hide the tv completely when the mirror is larger than the screen.

Dielectric Mirror TV Gallery


  • Holograms
  • Hidden Television
  • Interactive Commercial Displays
  • Augmented Reality Displays
  • Digital Signage & Advertising

Order TV Mirror - Affordable Sizes

Purchasing the mirror by itself makes your tv mirror project affordable. For a limited time, we are offering special pricing for popular sizes. Combining the mirror with your own TV, monitor, or tablet, along with a Raspberry Pi or Intel Compute Stick. Instructions and helpful tips are available below on this page to help you build a cutting-edge smart mirror. Magic mirror projects are increasingly popular and tutorials have never been easier!

14″x18″ $90.56

16″x20″ $115.00

18″x24″ $155.25

20″x24″  $172.50


$120.75 $90.56Add to cart


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Order Glass Samples

6″ x 6″ Dielectric Mirror 1/8″ Thickness   $14.95   

$14.95Add to cart

6″ x 6″ Dielectric Mirror 1/4″ Thickness    $14.95   

$14.95Add to cart

12″ x 12″ Beveled Dielectric Mirror 1/4″ Thickness    $60.37   

$120.75 $60.37Add to cart

14″ x 14″ Tempered Dielectric Mirror 1/4″ Thickness    $71.55   

$152.61 $71.55Add to cart

dielectric mirror sample

TV Mirror Technology

Dielectric glass is the latest in tv mirror technology. The high quality, semi-transparent mirror provides flawless clear text and graphics through the tint-free mirror. To build your own Mirror TV, you’ll need:

  • The mirror (purchased from us)
  • Television – The thinner the better
  • Frame Moulding (2x the usual amount needed)
  • IR Repeater to relocate eye of TV

A mirrored tv becomes a centerpiece of your home, a hot decor item with plenty to chat about, especially when you made it from scratch. Considering the full systems from other companies are sold for several thousand dollars each!

Building A Mirror TV - Made Easy

We offer easy guides further down on this page that explain all the details of how to put everything together.


  • Superior optical quality
  • 45% Reflective, 55% Transparent
  • Careful packaging & fully insured
  • Easy to clean
  • Waterproof (Glass)
  • Works with touch overlay
  • Cuts like regular glass
  • Edges sanded for safety
  • Scratch-resistant coating
  • Polished & beveled options
  • Temperable for extra strength
  • Better quality than 2-way glass

Benefits & Advantages

We have been building mirror television systems for 20 years, constantly perfecting our support, manufacturing, and packaging. We provide superior mirrors compared to our competition. Our TV Mirror products are backed by extensive documentation, specifications, videos, and return policy.

Delivery Time

Our team is standing by to process your order right away. Cutting and packaging is typically done within a couple hours. If your glass is tempered, please allow one week for manufacturing.

Quality Guarantee

We offer a 60-day return policy for our tv mirror products.

LED Mirror Television showing Netflix and LED capabilities. How to Create a Framed Mirror TV

Ordering Questions

How fast do you ship?

The Dielectric Mirror is in stock ready to ship immediately. For oversized pieces that are larger than 63″ x 96″, the lead time is 1 week. When ordering tempered mirrors, lead time is about one week.

Can you do different shapes?

We can cut glass to various sizes and shapes. We only sell acrylic in rectangles and squares, but is easy to cut or drill using standard tools. Please email us a drawing and we will quote it for you.

Do you offer wholesale discounts?

Please email us with the size and quantity you’re looking for and we will send a price quote and vendor application form.

What size should I order the mirror?

Usually, the mirror is the same size as the exterior measurements of the television or monitor (excluding stand). For example, the Samsung mu6300 series is very popular and here is a list of overall sizes:

40″ un40mu6300 – 36.1″ x 21.1″

43″ un43mu6300 – 38.4″ x 22.4″

50″ un50mu6300 – 44.4″ x 25.8″

55″ un55mu6300 – 48.9″ x 28.3″

60″ un60ku6300 – 53.7″ x 31.1″

65″ un65mu6300 – 57.6″ x 33.2″

70″ un70mu6300 – 61.9″ x 35.8″

Which is better to use, a monitor or TV?

Preferably a thin TV.  A TV typically has a flat backside and you can turn it on and off with a remote straight through the mirror. If you are framing right to the view-able area of the screen, you will need an IR Repeater so the remote will work through the television.

Can the mirror be larger than my display?

Yes, if you’re not using a touch overlay. Simply back paint the backside with black paint everywhere except the TV and IR sensor. We recommend masking off the area with blue painters tape, and using a paint that works well on glass such as Black Rust-Oleum UltraCover 2x, which is available from your local Wal-Mart, Home Depot, Lowes, or Menards.

Advantages and disadvantages of tempering?

Tempered glass is heat-treated to increase the strength 10x. In addition, if tempered glass should break, it breaks into small shards which are less sharp than regular glass. The main disadvantage of tempered glass is that it causes distortion, similar to a fun-house mirror effect. For that reason, it’s generally not recommended unless going in a public installation.

Difference between sanded, polished, and beveled mirrors?

seamed vs polished mirror

We sand all the edges to prevent cutting, which is also referred to as “seaming” glass. A polished edge using increasingly fine belts until the edges are smooth. Beveling glass polishes the edge at an angle, creating the following appearance:

beveled edge


Maximum size

The largest size is 96″x126″ and you can position the display anywhere behind the mirror.

Mirror durability

One of the best features of our glass mirrors is that the mirror coating is extremely durable. You can clean it with standard glass cleaner and paper towels without worrying about scratches. The acrylic is a lot more prone to scratches, but no more so than regular acrylic. Novus 1 cleaner and Polish Mates are recommended to minimize abrasion and repair small scratches.

Electrical requirements

The mirror doesn’t require any power, but you’ll want to choose your display carefully. If the power plug installs in the side of your monitor/TV/tablet, you should be fine. If the power plug goes straight out the back, you may have a challenging installation which may require cutting into your wall and hiring an electrician.

Drilling holes

Please email us a diagram for a quote.



Use standard mirror clips or a j-channel to mount a mirror flush to the wall.

Backpainting glass

You can paint the back (the non-mirror side–unless it’s beveled) with black spray paint such as Rust-Oleam High Heat or Ultra Cover 2x. Be sure to mask off the viewable area using a high quality blue painters tape such as Scotch Delicate Surface Masking Tape. Be sure to take careful measurements before painting to avoid mistakes, and you may consider purchasing a product sample from us for practice before painting the larger mirror.

Alternatively, you can use Gila Black Privacy Window Film, and be sure to also buy their application kit.

Mounting a TV

Assuming the mirror is being framed to connect it to the TV, you’ll want to use an ultra slim TV mount (0.4″ or less) behind it to keep it close to the wall. Alternatively, using an ultra thin tilting mount (0.75″ or less) will allow you to tilt it, connect cables or USB, then push it back against the wall when needed. Don’t forget to use anchors if you’re attaching it to plaster or drywall. A stud finder is recommended for mounting a TV wall mount, so you can drill into studs instead of drywall.

The Inland 05319 Ultra Slim Wall Mount is an excellent value at less than $20.

If the mirror is not being attached to the TV and it’s simply mounted in the wall, you can still use a wall mount within the wall, attached to a 2×4 board screwed into the studs.

Routing a frame to a TV bezel

Take your frame sticks to a wood worker or use a router table to route out the frame to the correct size such as the Bosch RA1181 Benchtop Router Table.