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Lightly stained wood frame surrounded by a metal band finished in rustic bronze with a matching chain. A decorative hanging hook for chain only is included. Mirror features a generous 1 1/4″ bevel.
Originally designed as an accessory to store and display fruit, this versatile, watertight vessel also works well as a simple indoor/outdoor planter for succulents or herbs.
Need something to fill that open space on your console or side table? This set of 3, gold globe shaped round vases with organically torn opening into black interior.
We love the look of a round mirror! This round antique brass finished mirror is suspended by a chain featuring round and oval alternating links.
A great addition to just about any room in the house, these set of two counter stools constructed of solid wood and a handcrafted reclaimed wood finish add extra seating with style.
Round mirror with black iron frame is accented with polished nickel hardware can add a new and updated look to your space. This round mirror hangs from a black leather strap and a polished nickel finish metal nob.
Featuring a natural iron frame, polished brass accents and a plain mirror, the Janey Mirror is a contemporary lesson in mixed materials. Perfect as a pair or trio. Also available in square.
Tree branch wall sculpture crafted of steel with a polished nickel finish. Hang alone or group with another.
The Westin Outdoor Table & Side Chairs offer an exquisite update for your patio. Exemplified by graceful lines & natural hues, these wicker side chairs feature UV and weather resistant wicker and fabric, for exceptional durability. An aluminum frame and legs resist corrosion, while providing a sturdy support structure.
The Mosaic Mandala Circa Crushed Glass offers a beautiful update for your home. Flaunting an intricate abstract design made from crushed glass, this wall art piece adds dimension and texture to your walls.
So the darkness shall be the light, and the stillness the dancing.
T. S. Eliot