8 Inch Recessed Lighting Trim
6 Inch Recessed Lighting Trim
Shower Lighting Recessed Lighting Fixture
Traditional / Classic 5" Shower Trim with Glass Diffuser
White Drop Lens Fluorescent Fixture
White Acrylic Pillow Fluorescent Flushmount Fixture Trim Only
Traditional 6" Multiplier Trim
Traditional / Classic 6" Fresnel Glass Shower Trim
Oak Cornice Trim Only Fluorescent Fixture
Traditional / Classic 5" Shower Trim with Fresnel Glass
27" Wide by 7" Deep Flush Mount Fluorescent Light - (White Acrylic Trim ONLY)
Decorative Trim Ring
Sloped Recessed Trims
Oak Cornice Trim Fluorescent Fixture
Traditional / Classic 4" Shower Trim
Traditional / Classic 6" Flat Glass Shower Trim
Water Resistant Open Trim with Lens with Clear Tempered Shades
Traditional / Classic Low Voltage 4" Multiplier Mini-Recessed Trim
Recessed Trim with Clear Shades
5 Inch Recessed Lighting Trim
Traditional / Classic 4" Aluminum Ring Shower Trim
Incandescent Recessed Trim
Traditional / Classic 5" Deep Cone Baffle Trim
Traditional / Classic 6" Flat Glass Trim
4.9" Recessed Trim
Traditional / Classic 5" Regressed Eyeball Trim
Traditional / Classic 5" Wall Wash Trim
Traditional / Classic 5" Open Trim
Traditional / Classic Low Voltage 4" Mini-Recessed Trim
Single Light Recessed Trim
Traditional / Classic 6" Deep Cone Baffle Trim
Traditional / Classic 4" Wall Wash Trim
Traditional / Classic 6" Regressed Eyeball Trim
Traditional / Classic 6" Recessed Shower Trim
Traditional / Classic 4" Shower Trim with Drop Glass
5" Shower Trim with Dome Glass
Cone Step Baffle Trim
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