Simple lines and rugged materials are combined with Able, designed by Davide Vercelli. Hardy enough for commercial spaces, the vanity can be fitted with one of more than 100 washbasins in nine colours. It’s available in two sizes (80 and 100 centimetres), with five wood surfaces and matte black or grey bases.
The palette for the Nordic-inspired Luv series by Danish designer Cecilie Manz has been enhanced with an Almond satin matte finish, a warm neutral that complements the furniture’s rounded-edge profile. New washbasin and vanity sizes, surface materials and upgraded smart mirror technology have also been added to the line.
Debuting with eight vanity styles, Bemma (Wetstyle’s new sister company) celebrates craftsmanship with dovetail construction, soft-close drawer glides, Carrara marble surfaces and metal details. Shown is Terra, a fluted walnut cabinet with a base of satin brass (or brushed steel). Widths range from 60.9 to 152.4 centimetres.
Often seen as industrial objects, iron grates are the unexpected inspiration for this elegant vanity by Copenhagen’s Norm Architects. Horizontal lines amplify the wood’s texture (dried wild oak is shown above) and create a soothing aesthetic. Integrated or top-mount basins in marble or two proprietary compounds can be specified.
Part of a full suite of fittings, fixtures and furniture inspired by art deco, Belshire cabinets and consoles are handcrafted from oak or walnut, topped with Carrara marble and fitted with faceted undermount sinks. Inlaid brass accents add to the luxe appeal while differing drawer depths accommodate ample out-of-sight storage.
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