|Frame Shape: Rectangle||Orientation: Both|
|Style: Contemporary||Distressed: No|
|Frame Material: Glass||Commercial Use: No|
|Country of Manufacture: Italy|
Questions & Answers
“Hi, can this be mounted both vertically and horizontally?” asked by Shane
“Hi, are the brackets hidden?” asked by Kathleen
“Hi, is the mirror framed?” asked by Jessica
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Hernan from Whitefish Bay, WI– Verified Buyer
Simple yet elegant this mirror was perfect for our bathroom. We love the size of it offering plenty of mirror space. Note, we had our contractor attach it, so I can not say much about the ease of suspending the mirror to a wall.
Simple, Clean Lines
Elena from Chicago, IL– Verified Buyer
Product came exactly as shown. Very simple with clean lines. Fits perfectly in our hall bath.
Beautiful, simple mirror
Brit from Nashville, TN– Verified Buyer– Top 1000 Reviewer
This piece is high quality, a good size over two sinks and looks very sharp. The mounting hardware that comes with it is a little silly - the drywall anchors were definitely wrong for the hardware, so be prepared for that.
A mirror when you need one
Stephanie from Rancho Santa Fe, CA– Verified Buyer
Sometimes all you need is a simple mirror. Sounds easy but hard to find. This one is it!
Tim from Hingham, MA– Verified Buyer
nice and elegant looking piece. easy to install with some common sense work
marilyn from Santa Barbara, CA– Verified Buyer
Looks good, but had to buy stronger hooks for the wall. Simple, clean lines...
Julie from Pointe-Claire, QC– Verified Buyer
We installed the mirror and it looks great. It looks like it floats on the wall. This is perfect for our contemporary bathroom. Very easy to install.
Steve from Palmetto, GA– Verified Buyer
Great size for our bathroom. The mirror mounts both horizontally and vertically. Simple design and well crafted mirror.
Patricia from Avon, CT– Verified Buyer
Love this mirror. Great modern effect and easy to install.
Catherine from Philadelphia, PA– Verified Buyer
shipped well and is great for what I wanted, which was something simple in the bathroom