Some new oak bathroom pieces form a new Voysey bathroom suite. These are the essential elements in creating a Voysey style new bathroom, the additional elements fit in around these, ie shower, WC, towel rail/radiator, etc.. These are what give you the look. The vanity unit looks like a piece of freestanding furniture, but is fixed & plumbed in. The furniture has all the typical Voysey elements; long strap hinges, Heart handles, medium oak finish, shaker panels. The vanity unit is shown in 3 options. The one above looks the best with full height doors. Below left is shown a version meant to simulate a sideboard, with dummy drawer fronts with handles. The 3rd version, below right, has a typical vanity unit fixed blank panel above the doors, which hides the waste pipe. Internally it is fitted with 1 shelf. The vanity unit is shown with a wood worktop but this could be a stone (marble or granite) worktop.
The matching wall unit above gives you plenty of storage as well as providing good mirror area, and looks very elegant. The large ornate cornice is typical Voysey, but could be omitted for a simpler cleaner profile. Shown above the bath is one of of our Voysey Bird air vents, which you could use for the extractor cover. We've shown a lot more design variations of this suite on another page.
Top left photo; shows the wall unit with oak door panels & without the ornate cornice for a cleaner simpler look. Top right; Change the proportions & make the vanity unit wider (& the wall unit above it). Bottom left; Make the wall unit taller than the one bottom right? As this furniture is made to order we can make it to your exact requirements.
You can leave out the wall mirror unit & use a wall mirror instead. The above 3 photos shsow 3 different wall mirrors you could use. Above left; shows one of our round reproduction Voysey round carved mirror in gold finish. Middle; shows one of our reproduction Voysey oak wall mirror. Above right; is a wider chunker version of the oak mirror, scaled up to match the proportions of the vanity unit. This also shows an alternate way to treat the vanity unit, with a blank top panel above the doors. The upper ones show false drawer fronts, to better simulate furniture.