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Unmistakeably Art Deco in style these designs are definately a new take on the style. The basic cabinet shape is a very straight forward looking piece, with a typical boxy shape. However the panels are based on Walter Dorwin Teague Cubist Geometric patterns with a striking colour pattern. These are original designs but definately capture the look of Deco; the minimal shapes, stepped in plinth, and especially the panels are all strong Deco design elements. The clever thing that allows the whole design to run across both doors is the 3 sided door frames. The door designs are made using marquetry veneers for a very classy look. The marquetry requires a high level of skill to cut it accurately. We could use veneers of your choice if preferred. The door frames echo the panel lines. Or we could do the design full size across both doors.
The unit can have a hand painted or lacquered finish, or you can have wood finishes as well. We've shown several colour combinations below to give you an idea of how we can play with the designs and colours. The cabinets can be fitted out as you prefer, but are generally are supplied with 1 shelf. As these cabinets are made to order we can change the sizes & proportions to your requirements. The height, width & depth will all be affected by the type & size of basin you want to use. The worktop could be stone, granite, marble, glass, Corian, wood, etc. We don't discuss sizes or prices until we've agreed a spec with a customer.
You can change the design of the doors as well. Above left is shown a typical Shaker style door, with 1 marquetry design panel per door. Or you can have flat doors with the design spread across both doors, as above right.
This is a stunning new Deco bathroom design, with a strong Cubist style. The colours & patterns are very geometric - we have shown lots of colour variations below. The vanity unit has a stepped plinth, with a stone worktop. You could either use an undermounted sink or a sit-on bowl. Use a matching stone upstand on the vanity unit & bath, for practical reason & to visually tie the suite together. We left all peripherals off the design (ie shower screen, fittings, etc,) for clarity. The wall mirror was just an idea to tie in with the geometric shapes, but this could be a mirror cupboard or other design. We would make this bathroom exactly to your requirements, as made to order. We can also adapt the design anyway you want, and you can also choose any colour you want.
A floor standing vanity unit is one option, or you could go for something more minimal with a wall mounted version vanity unit, as shown above. Again depending on the height you place this you could use an undermounted basin or a sit-on bowl. You have less storage with a wall mounted vanity unit, as the plumbing must be hidden within the unit. The mirror cabinet wall unit is another idea you could go for, with it's stepped Skyscraper profile & lots of storage.
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