About the Designer
As a former co-owner of Robert Grace, Inc., she was known for her prolific new designs introduced semi-annually. Grace produced thousands of original designs combining traditional looks with unique and complex mat treatments. In addition, Grace introduced the concept of unusual materials within artwork, such as leather, wood, and metals. Robert Grace enjoyed fast growth based on Grace's product designs, ultimately selling most of the major home décor retailers in the U.S., as well as many international clients. Grace's designs, through Uttermost, can be found all over the world, and in many different forms. She designs art, mirrors, accent furniture, accessories, and lighting. Her work continues to be in high demand and specifically requested by the top retailers in the industry. Grace and Uttermost have enjoyed an exclusive business relationship for many years, and have experienced strong growth together. Grace does much of her design work overseas, teaching and educating the factories on new finishing techniques, new materials, and new construction methods. Her career success is built on her truly unique product designs that follow her sense of style and flair.
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|Mirror Type: Wall mirror||Frame Shape: Rectangle|
|Hanging Orientation: Both||Style: Contemporary|
|Frame Finish: 1: Green||Frame Finish: 2: Multi-Colored|
|Distressed: No||Life Stage: Adult|
|Country of Manufacture: China|
Bari from Santa Fe, NM– Verified Buyer
looked at all mirrors online and chose this one - best price offered by Wayfair.
Venosa Wall Mirror
Ruth from Bardstown, KY– Verified Buyer
Beautiful Wall Mirror. Colors were accurately shown, at least on my monitor. Quite heavy so found it rather hard to hang by myself since I am a Sr. Citizen with disabled husband. Excellent Value for the selling price.
Kathryn from Novi, MI– Verified Buyer
I loved this mirror but the color was too green for my room. Unfortunately, it had to go back.