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Wall-mount Glass Sink Vanity with Solid Wood Base
- Freshen any bathroom decor with this contemporary wall-mount vanity
- Bathroom accessory is perfect for someone looking to update his or her bath with a little more storage area
- Crafted of high quality materials to ensure a long lasting beauty
- For safety and durability each vanity is crafted with solid wood, tempered safety glass and stainless steel
- Artistically inspired Italian and Swiss designed contemporary vanity
- Countertop Measures 31.5 inches wide x 19.75 inches deep
- Wood Base Cabinet Exterior Measures 17 inches wide x 13.5 inches tall x 17 inches deep
- Wood Base Cabinet Inside Capacity Measures 15.5 inches wide x 12 inches tall x 15.5 inches deep
- Overall vanity measures 31.5 inches wide x 22.5 inches deep x adjustable height
- Set comes complete and ready to assemble
- Tempered Glass Vessel Sink and Countertop (Clear)
- Solid Wood Base Cabinet with Door (dark espresso)
- Waterfall Faucet made of Solid Brass Construction with Chrome Finish
- Pop-up Drain and Bottle Trap with Chrome Finish
- Steel braided Water Supply Lines
- Stainless Steel Towel Bars with Chrome Finish
Note: Pictured mirror is NOT included
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|Dimensions||31.5 in. W x 19.75 in. D|
|Manufacturer Warranty||1 year limited|
|Materials||Tempered glass, solid wood|
|Style||Sink & Faucet Sets Vessel|
|Finish||Chrome Other Stainless Steel|
|Number of Faucet Installation Hole||Single hole|
|Number of Basin||Single Basin|
|Number of Hole||1|
|Sink Drain location||Center|
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I shopped around a lot for my new bathroom. This was a lot less money than others I found in retail outlets and the quality is great. It was just the look I wanted!Read More
I have had this vanity in my master bathroom now for about a year. I loved it when I first put it in and still think its looks great. However, now that I've had it for a while I'm finding that its hard to maintain. The glass on the faucet is easily stained by teh water so if you don't wipe it off almost every time you use it, teh stains get worse. The glass countertop is beautiful, except that now that its been in use for a while I've noticed how easily it scratches. I keep a pretty simple tuthbruth holder and soap dish on it, and there are a lot of scratches. Knowing what I know now, I would have put this in a guest bathroom that doesn't get daily use, but it does look great.Read More
When I purchased this sink vanity I did not realize what a problem I inherited. My home is 25 years old (maybe that was the problem) and it was purchased for the powder room. My contractor realized that my pipes had to be totally reworked, as they would not fit in the wooden box and a support had to be made as the heavy weight of the item would have caused it to fall immediately. The screws that were sent were not adequate and between the pipes, support on the beams and the shelf underthe box, this became a project.However, all that said, it is beautiful and works perfectly.Read More
I must admit, I took a lot of guff from my husband and my plumber but both finally admit that this is a really cool sink. With any bowl sink it doesn't have an overflow so you don't want to walk away while the bowl is filling. If the water is on too softly it can sometimes run up the waterfall but you have to do it just right to make it run out of the bowl. i have received so many compliments on this vanity that it was worth every penny!Read More
Beautiful and stylish. We had to cut a bigger hole in the back for the plumbing so we could raise it a bit higher. With the glass shelf being below the bowl, it looked like a child's sink when we hung it a the normal position. Other than that, fantastic new look for our little bathroom. Very high quality.Read More
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