This double-sink, rustic vanity is available in two widths - 5 and 6 feet - and comes with a standard laminate top. It is built with oak planks reclaimed from 1800s tobacco barns. Three drawers are stacked in the middle. Cabinets under each sink are left open to allow for your plumbing. We use full-extension, ball bearing glides rated at a stout 100 pounds in the soft-close drawers, which employ dovetail joints proven for centuries to be a durable technique. The door hinges are concealed Euro-style to give the piece its clean profile. The oil-rubbed bronze pulls blend quietly into this stunning piece. The standard finish draws out the natural colors in the wood and seals and protects.
The reclaimed barnwood is naturally-aged and fashioned by the deft hand of Mother Nature. Our skilled craftspeople carefully choose each piece of repurposed wood to highlight the inimitable characteristics of her amazing artistry. Only the most richly-detailed pieces of antique oak are selected to create this timeless piece. All the warm beauty - nail holes, graining, saw marks - is preserved to ensure that the resulting patina is one-of-a-kind and teeming with personality and historical character. All pieces come with a limited lifetime warranty against manufacturer defects. Sourced and made in the USA.
Dimensions (inches): 60/72W x 21D x 33H. (Dimensions listed are for the cabinet only, not the top or corner trim. There is approximately a 1.75” overhang on all sides that do not sit against a wall.)
Made-to-order. Requires 6-8 weeks production time.
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