Hampton oak washbasin with Drawers

Some people love simple bathrooms, but other prefer to bring a little luxury and classy style to their bathroom too. For the ones that have enough space into their bathroom and want to give to the place a more sophisticated aspect, the designers from Ypsilon came with a new concept.

They have created a bathroom cabinet which comes in two variants. The first one, called the Hampton 100m is made of European durmast, while the second one, the Hampton 180 is made of a lighter durmast. Both models are perfect for a sophisticated bathroom and allow you to deposit all your bathroom stuff without charging the space and shelves.

The cabinets have enough push and pull drawers for all your items.The rusty colored faucet and legs give to the cabinet a vintage aspect, but its shape reveals the fact that it is actually a very modern one. The legs are in fact inspired by High Voltage and despite their thin aspect, they are actually very strong.

The finish of the cabinet is natural lacquered, while the interiors are painted in yellow ochre. On its bottom you may see a Y logo, from Ypsilon, which is waxed incrusted for more elegance and originality. This washbasin with cabinet will make you feel like royalty in your own bathroom and ill arrange all your bath products in a very elegant and hidden way. Fix a large elegant mirror above it and your bathroom will look astonishing.

Published by in Bathroom, on May 4th, 2012


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