Milano and Divinity Mirrors by Native Trails

Milano and Divinity Mirrors by Native Trails

Kitchens and bathrooms are becoming more integrated with the rest of the home, whether in open-plan living spaces or luxurious master suites. In turn, manufacturers that used to make only baths and sinks are expanding their offerings to include more finishes and accessories. Fixtures and furnishings manufacturer Native Trails is keeping up with this trend, this year adding new finishes for its Milano and Divinity mirrors to its catalogue.

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Artisan-crafted designs incorporate recycled, reclaimed, and green-certified materials

The rectangular Milano mirror has an artisan-crafted, hand-hammered frame of 100 percent recycled copper surrounding a beveled glass mirror. A new Antique finish complements a range of woods and metals, while the Tempered finish is achieved with a complex heating and cooling process that imparts a mottled effect on each piece. Milano is offered in small (measuring 20 by 36 inches), medium (28 by 40 inches), and large (36 by 60 inches).

The new Divinity mirror complements Native Trails hand-hammered lavatory sinks in brushed nickel, but is also a versatile accessory for other areas in the home. Available in three sizes, the recycled-content, hand-hammered aluminum frame comes in small (measuring 22 by 28 inches), large (28 by 34 inches), and 25-inch diameter round options.

Click here or call 800-786-0862 to locate a Native Trails showroom.

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About the Manufacturer: Native Trails, a privately owned business based in San Luis Obispo, Calif., has been offering high-quality, artisan-crafted kitchen and bath fixtures and home d©cor for 16 years. Naomi Neilson Howard, founder and CEO of Native Trails, started the company to pair the stunning copper craftsmanship she discovered in her travels through Mexico with contemporary design and sustainable business practices. The company's creations are showcased in more than 1,300 showrooms throughout the U.S. and Canada.

Posted October 4, 2012 by Jennifer Krichels

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