This is what happens when you let an artist interpret another artists work, a totally new take on the original to produce a very striking new work. The idea for this vanity unit was inspired by an original Bloomsbury design. The sweeping curve of the swag in the design just suggested a curved piece of furniture. So this small quadrant corner vanity was the result (we might try this on a semi-circular vanity as well, which would look equally as good but give you a bigger unit). The end result is an extremely elegant piece of furniture, matched with turned legs. The designs & colours are typical of Bloomsbury style.
The vanity unit is topped off with a nice black granite worktop, which gives a very crisp look to the whole piece. We could supply it with a limestone worktop, or indeed any colour stone. On a larger size version you could also have a matching stone upstand. The height could be lowered if you wanted to use a sit on coolie basin rather than an undermounted sink as shown. Internally it is fitted with 1 shelf. The solid back would have to have holes drilled for the plumbing. This unit is ideally suited to a small bathroom or cloak room, which needs livening up with a piece of artistic furniture. Choose your own tap(s). We don't give out sizes until we've agreed a specification with a client, as made to order. Bear in mind round cabinets are dearer to produce, plus with the painted design & stone worktop make this an expensive item to produce.
Rather than doing as Omega & Bloomsbury did, in buying up junk furniture & decorating it, we design & produce pieces from new with the designs planned from the start to create unified pieces. The vanity unit above is shown in a clean new painted finish, but we can antique these pieces to give them an older look if you prefer. As artists it's hard to resist showing other colour options, which might suit your preferred room colour scheme. We also designed this as a rectangular vanity unit, shown below, which is probably more practicalfor most people, and less expensive to make. This is shown on it's own seperate page.