Main Line 15-1/8" X 39-7/8" X 1-5/8" Bryn Mawr Framed Mirror In Satin Nickel

Robern
InLine Collection

Features

  • Byrn Mawr Frame Profile : These mirrors feature a wide bevel reminiscent of a gallery frame. Available in 6 finishes: Satin Nickel, Brushed Nickel, Brushed Black, Brushed Bronze, Chrome and Polished Nickel. Frame width is 1-3/4".
  • Color Matching : Robern's range of finish choices coordinate with sister brand, KALLISTA and KOHLER fixtures and fittings for even more options.

Quick Specs

  • Type: Mirror

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by Robern

Every element of your bathroom's design should be both beautiful and functional, adding convenience to your styling suite and elegance to your daily routine. InLine delivers precision lighting to support your exact styling needs.

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Main Line Mirrors

Sleek styling of these mirrors create an elegant showpiece.

  • Available in three frame styles: Bryn Mawr, Merion and Rosemont
  • Each style available in 6 metal finishes
  • Wall mounted installation
  • Can only be hung in portrait orientation
  • Pair with Main Line Sconce for a coordinated look

Features

  • Byrn Mawr Frame Profile : These mirrors feature a wide bevel reminiscent of a gallery frame. Available in 6 finishes: Satin Nickel, Brushed Nickel, Brushed Black, Brushed Bronze, Chrome and Polished Nickel. Frame width is 1-3/4".
  • Color Matching : Robern's range of finish choices coordinate with sister brand, KALLISTA and KOHLER fixtures and fittings for even more options.

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