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This Single Sink Cabinet Bathroom Vanity by Silkroad Exclusive is offered in an english chestnut finish. Part of the Victoria collection.
This single sink vanity is actually consisted of 2 individual units: Single Sink Vanity and Drawer Cabinet. You can place the drawer anywhere you desired.
This is a charming Early American Style with contrasting colors giving this bathroom single sink vanity a knotty cherry wood appearance. The drawer bank offers plenty of storage space. Featuring its detail carvings on legs and along the sides. Crema Marfil marble countertop with a slightly bow out front gives you a gracefully line to go along with your bathroom accessories.
Traditional Bathroom Vanity Single Sink Cabinet
Pre-drilled for 3-hole, 8-inch widespread Faucet
Faucet not included
To avoid any dirt or stain from getting into the stone, it is highly recommended that sealing of any stone is done before installation.
Undermount Ivory Porcelain Sink
Cream Marfil Marble Stone Countertop
Disclaimer: Measurements are rounded off. Each of Silk Road Exclusive's fine bathroom vanities is a one-of-a-kind masterpiece, detailed with a multi-step hand finishing process. With individual technique and interpretation, no two pieces are exactly the same (color may vary). Individual personality of each stone top is further expressed by anomalies such as veining and coloration, as the nature of stone. Actual color may vary due to individual computer monitor display settings.