We've just finished redecorating the bathroom and pretty much the last thing to do is the mirror. Stupidly I've committed myself to making one from a nice old frame we found in a junk shop, but I need to find a piece of mirror to fit it before I start.
I've heard a few things here and there about plastic mirror, and I like the idea of having something that isn't going to shatter or splinter if it falls out. I think acrylic could do the job if I mount it against a piece of wood to prevent distortion - what are your thoughts?
I found some acrylic mirror online that I can get delivered cut to size, but it's only 3mm so warping will likely be an issue unless I mount it properly.
EDIT: Hmm I can't seem to add a link! Any help?