A new, high-end, modular system for bath vanities has hit the U.S. market.
It’s called the Class Collection.
“We wanted to create a modular system where the users are allowed to make their own pieces,” says Bob Gifford, director of business development at Hastings Tile & Bath. “That’s missing in today’s vanity selection.”
The Class Collection works off the company capacity for design flexibility capacity. Users can customize a vanity to their whims and needs in size and finishes.
“There’s an almost endless selection of sizes, finishes and colors,” he says.
Scaled up or down, with one sink or two, tonal or Technicolor, each vanity speaks to a client’s need for personalization. Cabinets and drawer inserts feature a choice of wood or one of 36 matte and glossy lacquered finishes, while drawer inserts are also available in glass, porcelain, a cement look or one of 12 different wood finishes.
Sink base cabinets come with the option of one or two drawers and a choice of four sizes, while side cabinets offer the same drawer options and five different sizes. Countertops are available in glossy glass or frosted glass in one of 36 colors, with a new pure white milk glass option.
An additional countertop option is a solid surface in matte white, while another offers eight different porcelain finishes, including one evocative of white Carrara marble, sans maintenance. Coordinating mirrors and side cabinets are also available.
It’s all manufactured in Fano, Italy, on the eastern coast. “Customers need to allow eight to 10 weeks of lead time,” he says.
It arrives preassembled in a box, ready for installation by a general contractor or bath professional. Supported by clips inserted into the wall, it defines simplicity itself.
And, it’s a modern class act, made by Italian artisans.
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