Distinguished in black and white
The English sophistication translated into a bathroom design with the Kent bathroom furniture as the eye catcher.
The furniture enter the spotlight in one of the 12 possible colours and with the furniture fittings in one of our 21 ironwork finishes. The tablet can be in wood with a inset washbasin or in marble, granite or Quartz surface with either a inset or undermount washbasin. By combining the whole with a mirror with pelmet and integrated lighting or a mirror wall cabinet, and the corresponding tall cabinet, you can complete the distinguished and practical bathroom vanity ensemble with style.
Dimensions Vanity unit: 102 x 63 x H 220 cm
Vanity units are available in the following colors:
White – Ivory - Broken white - Aventurine Green – Taupe – Olive - Quartz Rose – Camel – Moongrey - Diamond Grey – Mousegrey - Black
Finitions of the furniture ironwork:
Chrome - Polished Nickel - Brushed Nickel – Light Bronze Plated
Raw Brass – Polished Brass – Brushed Brass – Antique Gold – Brushed Chrome – Gold Brass – English Gold – Copper Plated – Tuscan Brass – Matt Black – Matt White – Brushed Dark Bronze – Old Iron – Brushed Black Nickel – Dark Bronze – 24k Gold – 24k Rose Gold
Marble: Belgian Blue stone (softened) - Carrara white (polished) - Carrara white (softened) - Molianos (softened) - Light Imperador (softened) - Camaiore (softened) - Grazziano grey (softened)
Granite: Tiger Grey (polished) - Tiger Grey Leathertouch - Thunder Brown (polished) - Zimbabwe Black (polished) – Brown Antique (polished)
Quartz Surface: Belgian Blue easy clean
The furniture fittings are available in the same finishes as those of our Traditional faucets and accessories.
Different finitions belong to the category “Finishing changes and discolours over time”. This means the finition is a “Living Colour” and will discolour and / or change through the months / years. No varnish is applied to these finitions: they age in an ‘elegant way’. This effect creates a unique and distinctive faucet
The following colours are subject to this phenomenon: