6" Decorative Recessed Trim with Salon Scavo Glass from the Salon Grand Collection
6" Shower Trim with Albalite Lens
6" Shower Trim with Fresnel Lens
6" Recessed Lighting Trim - Metal Baffle
6" Decorative Recessed Trim with Avorio Mezzo Glass from the Aston Court Collection
Recessed Lighting Series 6" IC and Non-IC Step Baffle Trim for Single 4-Pin Triple-Tube or Quad-Tube CFL Lamps
Recessed Lighting Series 6" IC and Non-IC Fresnel Shower Trim with White Plastic Flange
Recessed Lighting Series 6" IC and Non-IC Adjustable Eyeball Trim for PAR30 and BR30 Lamps
6" Eyeball Trim for 75W Bulbs
Recessed Lighting Series 6" IC Drop Opal Shower Trim with Reflector
6" Adjustable Gimbal Ring
6" One Piece Airtight Metal Baffle Cone with Torsion Springs
6" Recessed Lighting Trim - Metal Stepped Baffle
6" Recessed Trim
Recessed Trims 6" Air Tight Shower Trim
Recessed Lighting Series 6" IC and Non-IC Single Lamp Acrylic Dome Shower Trim
Recessed Lighting Series 6" IC and Non-IC Baffle Trim for PAR30 and BR30 Lamps
Recessed Lighting Series 6" IC 45-Degree Sloped Ceiling Baffle Trim
Recessed Lighting Series 6" IC and Non-IC Lensless Light Trim for PAR30 Lamps
6" Sloped Phenolic Baffle with Adjustable Socket Holder Bracket
6" Line Voltage Adjustable Recessed Retrofit Kit
6" Open Trim for 75W Bulbs
Recessed Lighting Series 6" IC and Non-IC High Wattage Open Trim for PAR38 and BR40 Lamps
Recessed Lighting Series 6" IC and Non-IC Alzak Cone Trim for Incandescent Lamps
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