This vanity by InFurniture from their 'Claybank' collection features a light brown marble top streaked with red and brown veining and plenty of storage space below with four cabinet doors with leather fronts with a raised design and a border of nailhead trim. The curved base is made of solid oak with a glazed finish to add depth and color and accentuate decorative details. A white ceramic sink and oil-rubbed bronze faucet hardware are included. The original retail price for this vanity is over $3,600.
Please note this previously owned vanity is missing the knob on the left front cabinet door (see photo) has a little bit of discoloration on the two front leather door panels and a bit of paint at the sides from prior installation.
InFurniture model WB-227L
38.75" High x 73.25" Wide x 24.5" Deep
(Counter height is 36.5")
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