Skip disability assistance statement.

Welcome to our website! As we have the ability to list over one million items on our website (our selection changes all of the time), it is not feasible for a company our size to record and playback the descriptions on every item on our website. However, if you have a disability we are here to help you. Please call our disability services phone line at 205.647.0546 during regular business hours and one of our kind and friendly personal shoppers will help you navigate through our website, help conduct advanced searches, help you choose the item you are looking for with the specifications you are seeking, read you the specifications of any item and consult with you about the products themselves. There is no charge for the help of this personal shopper for anyone with a disability. Finally, your personal shopper will explain our Privacy Policy and Terms of Service, and help you place an order if you so desire.

Converted document

24x31.5" Mirrored Wall Art 1EA/CTN

A & B Home 35270

Quick Specs

  • Type: Other Home Accents
The Design
Encounter roman history inside of the Ruins Mirrored Wall Art. This 24x1x31.5" artwork displays an antique rendering of the ancient roman ruins, fading behind faux paneling design, giving a window into the Roman Empire. Drawing inspiration from the time period, the coloration of the mirror brings out the details of the architecture, against the black metal frame, accenting a traditional interior.

Product Details
80% Glass,20% Metal

Mirror dimensions: H: 29.5" x W: 22" Ship via FedEx: Yes

Professional delivery and installation is available for every product we sell. We would be happy to coordinate delivery and installation for you.

Extended warranties are usually very inexpensive and can save you thousands in the future. It's simple and inexpensive to purchase extended warranties and one of the smartest ways to protect your investment.

Furniture can be large, heavy and expensive. You probably don't have the special tools or expertise needed to fix them in a crisis. If you can spare a few thousand dollars without batting an eyelash for new furniture should they break tomorrow, don't buy a warranty. But if you're like most of us, protect yourself by purchasing inexpensive extended warranties when you buy a new product and save yourself big money in the long run.