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Timeless, grand luxury belle epoque styling, subtle colours and elegant soft curves make the new vanity units from the fabulous Arcade bathrooms the perfect choice for a new bathroom - or for providing an instant facelift by replacing an old basin and pedestal.
Roomy cupboards provide useful storage for toiletries, cleaning materials and towels, reducing bathroom clutter.
The Arcade vanities come in a choice of 500, 600, 900 and 1200 mm sizes so there is a product for every location from the smallest cloakroom up to a luxurious master suite.
The units are available in subtle sand or rich dark olive with soft-close doors and hardwearing nickel-plate handles.
Delivered fully assembled, reducing installation time, these freestanding units can be paired with any Arcade basin.
The smaller 500 basin is available with one or two tap holes while the 600, 900 and 1200 models can have three tap holes. The basins are made in traditional white vitreous china and are a sit on design. Brassware to suit all of the vanities in the range is available from Arcade.
Left image: Arcade 1200 mm vanity in Sand includes soft-close doors and nickel handles. Albany natural stone bath with overflow and waste. Floor mounted single lever bath filler. Open back closed coupled WC and cistern and soft close seat in Sand. Wall mounted paper roll holder includes a brass bar. Arcade rectangle swivel mirrors with curved corners, deck mounted three tap hole basin mixer taps in nickel and flip top basin waste.
Right image – Arcade 600 mm Dark Olive vanity unit including ceramic basin with Arcade pillar taps and flip-top basin waste. Image also shows Arcade rectangle swivel mirror with curved corners and Oval lights with frosted glass tubes. Arcade wall mounted china and nickel mug holder and wall mounted nickel towel ring
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