Design: Jo l Dupras, Pierre Bélanger and WETSTYLE Design Lab
Featuring flowing lines and curved corners, WETSTYLE's Déco collection reinvents the Art Déco style with a contemporary twist. This mirror is stylish, yet functional, and is favoured by modern interior designers for its striking look that makes it a unique bathroom fixture rooted in classic aesthetics.
With an all-natural solid wood frame or matte lacquered finish, this mirror brings softness and simplicity to your bathroom with fashionable flare. Part of the Déco collection, this fixture pairs with the Déco floor mounted or wall mounted vanity to complete a unified Art Déco aesthetic in your bathroom.
Vintage design fuses with the modern day in the Déco collection.VariationsModel
- 24" Mirror
- 30" Mirror
- 36" Mirror
- 48" Mirror
- 60" Mirror
- Matte Lacquer Black (#29)
- Matte Lacquer Stone Harbour Grey (#28)
- Matte Lacquer White (#21)
- Oak Black (#31)
- Oak Coffee Bean (#37)
- Oak Natural (#1)
- Oak Smoked (#38)
- Oak Stone Harbour Grey (#36)
- Oak Wenge (#2)
- Oak White (#5)
- Walnut Chocolate (#16)
- Walnut Natural No Calico (#12)
- Handcrafted in Montréal, Canada
- All natural solid wood and veneer
- AWI rated level 5 marine grade finish for moisture resistance
- 3mm polished edges mirror with rounded corners
- Z-clip hanging system
*Item colors and configurations may vary. For more information regarding potential product options, please contact our store.
||All natural wood finishes, may differ from sample or pictures as wood grains vary somewhat from piece to piece. This adds natural beauty and character making each made-to-order piece unique in veining, grain, pattern and color.
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