Antique bathroom vanities have been used in homes for over one hundred years. However, there is no need to have reservations about purchasing them, because they continue to have a strong presence, both in the modern home and office. Antique bathroom vanities are s popular now, as they have been in your grandparents’ youth, and the good news is that you need not rummage through the attic to find them.
Adelina 45 inch Antique Bathroom Vanity
Online furniture stores made these tangible, particle treasures all the more accessible. Especially thanks to new tools and techniques, manufacturers today can utilize more cost-effective resources that are easy to maintain and capable of withstanding corrosion and etching. The style dates back to the Victorian era, when bath vanities were more indications of one’s social status than a practical piece of furniture. Massive cabinets with ornate, hand-crafted details dominated the scene. Nowadays, the aesthetic takes into consideration the consumers’ lifestyle and needs for efficient storage units. The results are modern cabinets with an antique vanity finish. MDF, together with engineered wood (oak, walnut, or poplar) form the basis for floor-standing and wall-mounted storage units in a wide range of finishes; the most in-demand selections in our stock are cherry, espresso, oak (light and dark), mahogany, antique white, Arctic, and onyx black.
Adelina 48 inch Traditional Style Antique White Bathroom Vanity
While they used to be associated with bulky cabinets and single-sink countertops, antique bath vanities are available in a wide gamut of sizes. You can acquire a stunning antique bathroom vanity that exudes Victorian luxury but bears none of the weight, either in density or in cost. Check out our online furniture store, and see for yourself the one-of-a-kind specimens from the industry’s most coveted brands.
Shall we look at some of the basic components? A typical antique bathroom vanity is comprised of stone, marble, metal, or natural wood. Making the storage units more accessible and practical means using MDF and recreating the aforementioned materials with a lustrous finish. Beautiful marble, stone, granite, and tempered glass countertops make excellent solutions for channeling the look and feel of a genuine antique piece. Our online catalogue carries a wealth of options for you: Some antique bathroom vanities are fully assembled, while others are cabinets, with tops and sinks sold individually; the latter option allows the consumer more flexibility to create the precisely-desired look, all the while saving quite a bit of money.