Style ideas to help you create bespoke Vanity Hall bathroom furniture
We pick six different looks to inspire your own design
In an increasingly off-the-shelf world Vanity Hall has always been proud to be the exception to the rule and for over 25 years their bespoke bathroom furniture has been lovingly handcrafted in the Heart of England.
We are proud specialists in Vanity Hall bathroom design in our Woking showroom.
Each product in their range combines handcrafted excellence with distinctive styling, all of which can be tailored to your every need and our expert team are on hand to help you with your bespoke design every step of the way.
You can pick from over 50 door styles with matching carcasses, before choosing a standard or bespoke painted finish that will fit your bathroom, en-suite or cloakroom design perfectly. Add to that over 20 handle designs, with most of those designs offering further size and colour options, not to mention the 44 different work surface options – spoilt for choice is an understatement.
Whether you style in classic shaker design, or ultra-modern sleekness, natural materials and tones or something a little bolder and statement – we’ve picked six different combinations to give you taste of what you can create when you choose bespoke Vanity Hall bathroom furniture design.
The In-Frame Range consists of 8 distinctive door styles and 24 painted and natural wood finishes for you to choose from.
Here the Salisbury Door Design in Sapphire Blue delivers a timeless door design in a bold blue where the addition of the Microstone Taj Mahal worktop adds a contemporary edge, finished beautifully with the Avora Knob in sophisticated Brushed Brass.
The Natura Range, as the name suggests, is focused on natural design. A simple slab style door can be chosen to have a plain or grain finish before you choose from 24 different paint and wood finishes.
Here plain Natura door fronts in Sage Green are the perfect natural combination to the Oak Veneer work surface and the Evora Knob in Brushed Nickel adds a little metallic detailing into the design.
The Shaker & Classic Range combines four beautiful door front styles that all deliver classic shaker cabinetry style.
This design showcases simple and effective white design. Cabinets finished in the classic White finish, the Microstone Parisian Café worktop adds a textured grey marble finish to give a little contrast, and the traditionally styled Pewter Knobs complete the look to create a fusion of vintage and modern.
Things turn modern with the High Gloss Range where brilliantly vibrant high gloss doors are available in four distinctive colours, White, Cappuccino, Grey & Black.
Here Grey Gloss furniture is finished with the simple contrast of the crisp white Corian Designer White work surface. Where are the handles? This design features the innovative Blum push to open technology.
You’ll find the distinctive geometric designs of Linea, Harlequin and Pisces doors, available in a choice of 10 painted finishes in the contemporary Decorative Front Range.
A discerning grey design is created here with the Steel Grey colour chosen for the doors, the crispness of the Corian Antarctica worktop added, and then on-trend black design added with the Kelas Bar handle in black adding the finishing designer touch.
With signature hallmarks such as contemporary pilasters and elegantly shaped plinth feet, the Traditional Range encompasses all the looks and allure of classic design which can be mixed with modern styling.
Here the Shaker door has been selected, finished in the alluring tones of Midnight. The Microstone Taj Mahal worktop tops the design complete with a smart upstand to add the traditional styling, and the Chrome Knob design with base is selected for a fitting handle finish.
If these six very different looks have got you thinking about how creative you can be with Vanity Hall furniture, pay a visit to our Woking showroom to discover the full range of options and start creating the perfect combination to reflect your design style and personality. The combinations really are endless.