Barnwood 60" Vanity
Barnwood 60" Vanity
The Barnwood 60" Vanity is made from reclaimed Red Oak from 1800's tobacco barns and is crafted with a traditional plank design. The dull catalyzed lacquer finish is specially designed to be extra durable, while retaining the wood's natural allure. This vanity is handcrafted in Northern Minnesota. Our manufacturer is located 1 hour away from cabinplace.com, which gives us an exclusive relationship that ensures your furniture will live up to our high standards - and yours!
Vanity Without Top - 60"W x 21"D x 32.25"H
Vanity With Top - 60"W x 21"D x 33"H
- Limited Lifetime Warranty against manufacturer defects.
- Clear-coat catalyzed lacquer finish for extra durability on the cabinet. The tops come standard with a barnwood edged laminate (many choices available) for lasting durability with close proximity with water.
- Individually handcrafted.
- Dovetailed drawers have full-extension ball-bearing glides rated at 100 pounds.
- As part of the vanity pricing, we will customize the top and vanity to ensure that you have the proper trim for installing your vanity (i.e. inside corners for adjoining walls and outside corner logs for freestanding portions).
- For vanities with tops, we provide backsplash for all sides of the vanity that will adjoin a wall.
- It is the homeowner or plumber's responsibility to cut the sink and faucet holes to the appropriate sizes. This ensures the perfect fit for the fixtures that you choose.
- The dimensions listed are for the cabinet. The countertop will overhang 1.5" on the front of the cabinet and the sides that do not adjoin a wall to accommodate the trim.
- Accented with legs made from kiln dried hickory logs.
All furniture items are made to order and usually ship in 4 weeks.
This item does not qualify for Free Shipping promotions as it is shipped via motor freight. A shipping estimate will be provided in the cart.
Your furniture will ship directly from the manufacturer. We will provide you with the shipping information once it has departed the manufacturer. The freight carrier will schedule a delivery time with you and provide curbside delivery service. The customer is responsible for moving the furniture into the house. The customer should inspect the merchandise for damages prior to signing the bill of lading for merchandise shipped via a freight carrier. Once the bill of lading is signed the customer owns the merchandise and is responsible for any damages. Some assembly may be required - installation instructions will be provided and are relatively easy.