Flip it and Reverse it! This stylish modern vanity exudes modern elegance in a way no other bathroom cabinet can. Eye-catching and exciting, this vanity features a totally unique and customizable design that easily mounts in either direction! Depending on your preference, the vessel sink countertop can be mounted either on its left or right-hand side as shown in the additional pictures above! The 2 sliding drawers can be mounted completely separate for a 33.5" wide vanity with seperate 23.5" storage cabinet or level with the vanity top for a 57" width. This allows for great versatility for any design and two storage drawers always conveniently within your reach. The rich espresso-hued cabinetry is made from high quality oak and is meticulously crafted to last for years of extended use. The sliding drawers feature the patented Soft-Close system for gentle opening and closing, and the sink is porcelain/ceramic for beauty and durability. Long-lasting functionality, sophisticated design, and timeless quality blend seamlessly in this incredible bathroom vanity that can be used for any width from 33.5" to 57"!
Customize The Width: The width on the Scorpio varies based on where you mount the lower 2 drawer cabinet. If you mount is like the picture it will be 45" wide. However, you can mount is as narrow as 42" or if you mount in at the same height and to the side of the sink it can be as wide as 57".
- Vanity: 33.5"W x 18.5"D x 39.5"H (includes sink)
- Mirror: 24"W x 31.5"H
- Side Cabinet: 16"W x 13"D x 71"H
- Made exclusively by JWH Living
- Constructed of oak hardwood
- Espresso finish
- Brushed Metal hardware
- Solid hardwood counter top
- White porcelain vessel sink
- Soft-closing drawer glides
- Two functional drawers
- Single-hole faucet mount
- Optional mirror and side cabinet available
- **Faucets Not Included**
The Solid Oak Advantage
Quality materials are important to the longevity of your bathroom vanity. Cheap vanities made with particle board or MDF tend to sag, warp, split, discolor, and expand over time. This is especially true in humid climates, such as the environment found in a normal bathroom. Since bathroom humidity is so common, bathroom vanities need to be extremely durable. They also need to be strong enough to endure lots of usage-based wear and tear. Vanities are typically made of MDF, birch, rubberwood, or natural oak. Generally, MDF is approximately 30 % the quality of oak, birch is 50% the quality of oak, and rubberwood is typically 90% the quality of oak, where "quality" is defined as the strength, integrity, and durability of the material. Solid oak is without question the strongest, most durable, and most resilient of all vanity materials. Only the highest-quality and best made vanities are manufactured from natural oak.
Vanities that are marked as Premier Collection are the best vanities in the industry where no expense has been spared. These are the best vanities money can buy made from small quantities of handpicked solid hard woods that are hand finished to perfection. To be considered part of the Premium Collection the vanity must get A+++ grades in: Wood used, Interior Construction, Counter Top, and Finish.
Premier Collections uses Kiln dried wood in small batches to insure proper drying to prevent cracking and warping. All wood is cared for in great detail to prevent cracking and warping so that your vanity looks as good as they day it arrived for many years.
Premier Collections vanities that have stone tops use a thicker stone, up to 3cm (1cm more than industry average), providing a more luxurious look. All of the vanities with stone tops are sealed to prevent watermarks and minor stains.
Premium Collection vanities use hard wood box framed construction that provides strength and durability for decades. All vanities have working drawers with able storage made with slide ball bearing drawers and or soft close mounts. Center drawers are boxed and fitted around plumbing for additional storage.
Premium Collection vanities are all hand stained, hand painted, using up to a 15 layer sealing and finishing process to avoid future fading, cracking, or peeling.