Sometimes, the best way to give your bathroom s new spin is by delving into the arsenal of history. Whatever is new, hot, and “now” always claims a large fan base, but trends are not the only way to reinvigorate your space. Going back to something familiar and classic allows you to indulge your creative side with styles that are anything but run-of-the-mill. Antique bathroom vanities give you plenty of free rein to seek out handcrafted details. If you have a keen eye for antiques and enjoy browsing specialty stores, then a antique bathroom vanity will be right within your comfort zone.
London-based furniture designers may have started the consumers’ love affair with antique bathroom vanities, but the ways of integrating these tangible treasures into modern decor have taken the entire world by storm. Both opulently furnished mansions and minimalist-inspired center-city apartments attain a fresh, new aura that combines antique charm with modern convenience and practicality.
An antique bathroom vanity can satiate your needs for the nostalgic accents of the 1880’s, 1920’s, and 1930’s, while acknowledging the contemporary interest in environmentally sound products. More design experts are turning to “green” home remodeling techniques. They apply the tools and the know-how that allows them to take advantage of sustainable resources and reclaimed products outfitting your bathroom with antique furniture (an antique vanity, in particular) is a signal to unleash your full potential as a savvy decorator with an eye for detail. It does not, by any means, suggest that you ought to sacrifice the convenience of modern plumbing. Our store’s inventory is fraught with sophisticated antique bathroom vanities made from a careful combination of natural and engineered wood. Sturdy oak, walnut, cherry, and mahogany make excellent resources for durable, corrosion-proof cabinetry.
Beautiful and functional, antique bathroom vanities usually contain a series of doors and/or drawers for all your necessities. Its sleek countertop is made of such materials as granite, stone, marble, and even metal. One rapidly growing practice among consumers, which we gladly abide by, is buying countertops and sinks independent of the cabinets. Thus, you know that the custom-made result will reflect exactly the theme you were looking for. Our sinks are part of a delightful stock, which include under-mount and integrated; they are crafted using the finest ceramics, porcelain, marble, and also metal (usually copper). A mirror is often a popular touch with antique bathroom vanities. It is usually framed, although there are some exceptions. The frame’s material typically matches that of the cabinet and even the backsplash.
When antique bathroom vanities are at play, you really have a wealth of possibilities for your bathroom. Our store takes pride in giving you the best of the best, to make your shopping experience memorable. High quality at low prices is what we do, no matter the time period or trend.