This is another new striking Art Deco vanity unit. The clean looking design is really made by the 2 octagonal door panels, with their classy marquetry veneer designs. Marquetry is a labour intensive craft skill to do well, and adds considerably to the cost. In this example we also showed the door handles with matching style marquetry door handles, but these could be changed to whatever you prefer. The panels shown are octagonal, but they could equally be square, portrait, round or diamond shape. One design below shows a simpler version without any door panels. The marquetry panels do make the piece, but are expensive to do - you could just go for a plain veneered panel instead. The worktop can be supplied with a small upstand as shown, with the ends mitred to echo the door panels. We could also supply complimentary furniture to go with this vanity.
We can supply just the vanity unit on it's own, or supply the worktop, tap & sink as well (if we know what you want). The worktop can be made in marble, granite, Corian, Quartz (ie Silestone), glass, wood, etc. The choice is huge - there could be nearly 200 different stones alone to choose from. The vanity unit has 1 internal shelf. The sink shown is a sit-on type, but could be an undermounted or other type, available in a range of materials. The taps are usually either a monobloc or 3 hole mixer, available in a range of finishes.
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The vanity can be supplied in any painted or lacquered finish, or in a range of wood finishes. You can change the proportions if preferred, as this is made to order. You could even have a double vanity unit. As made to order we don't give out sizes or quotes until we've agreed a spec with a customer.
Bespoke furniture can be tailored to your exact needs, in terms of proportions, shape, colours, sizes, sink, tap, worktop etc.. Have a stand alone vanity unit with sloped sides, as above left, or a 3 or 4 door double vanity. It's all doable. Below are shown a selection of the 2 door vanity unit in a range of gorgeous Deco colours.
Top left shows the marquetry door panel design - there is an awful lot of work and skill required to produce this. Top right shows the door handle, with stepped Deco shape and matching marquetry style design. Above right shows the group of veneers used to build up the design, a slow process requiring a high level of craft skill. The above LH photo shows the work in progress, each little piece is cut to fit and glued into the design piece by piece. Generally we will only supply handles like these as part of furniture we supply.
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