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Allied Brass PR-5/22TB 22 Inch Triple Tiered Integrated Towel Ba

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Allied Brass PR-5/22TB 22 Inch Triple Tiered Integrated Towel Ba

Product description

Product Description

Add space and organization to your bathroom with this simple, contemporary style glass shelf. Featuring tempered, beveled-edged glass and solid brass hardware this shelf is crafted for durability, strength and style. Integrated towel bar provides space for your favorite decorative towels for for everyday use. One of the many coordinating accessories in the Allied Brass Collection of products, this subtle glass shelf is the perfect complement to your bathroom decor.

From the Manufacturer

Create an pleasing to the eye country style bathroom at home's for revamping, restyling or redecorating your bathroom with Allied Brass products. When this Triple Glass shelf with Towel Bar comes to your home you know exactly what you want. This Glass Shelf provides handy storage for shampoo, soap, or cosmetics what have you. You can save your money and energy by air drying your towels after installation of these Glass Shelves with Towel Bar used to hang towels that have been used after showers to ensure proper drying. Also avoid the used towel cluttering up the space and keep the bathroom floor free of towels.

Allied Brass PR-5/22TB 22 Inch Triple Tiered Integrated Towel Ba

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