New Ronbow Vanity Lineup Features Several Custom Options

Posted By Matt Schumake | Posted: 01/13/2014 10:13AM

 

Ronbow is introducing nine new vanities that reflect a range of cabinetry design influences from old-world to modern-day.

The new lineup includes include stand-alone, wall-hung, and modular units. Each of the nine new vanities can be selected with multiple finishing options to complement existing color and texture choices.

Finish options on the new models include Blush Taupe, Vintage Café, Aged Oak, Slate Gray, Glossy White, and Vintage Honey. All Ronbow vanities and accessories undergo a 10-step hand-finishing process by skilled craftsmen before final distribution.

Selected styles include matching components such as mirrors, LED lighting, vertical drawer bridges, and medicine cabinets. The vanities also include dovetail joinery for exceptional strength, full-extension stainless steel drawer glides, and soft-close Hettich door hinges.

By working with designers from around the world, Ronbow delivers styles for a variety of space configurations. All Ronbow vanities feature hardwood frame construction and hardwood plywood exteriors. Ronbow vanities also offer countertops and sinks in ceramic, stone, quartz, and glass materials.

“These new models are a reflection of our company’s vision for the bathroom in today’s living spaces,” says Ronbow Chief Executive Officer Jason Chen. “A product that is built to last for generations,” he adds, “is the foundation of design for other rooms of the home whether it is a dining room table or an armoire. We contend the bathroom is no different.”

For additional information on these new vanities, including images, dimensions, and product descriptions, please visit www.ronbow.com/new-products/vanity

 

About the Author

Matt Schumake

As a writer for Custom Woodworking Business, Wood & Wood Products and WoodworkingNetwork.com, Matt reports on tools, trends, innovations and business methods in the woodworking industry. His experience spans e-commerce and marketing, and he specializes in developing web and media presence for businesses small and large. In addition to writing, Matt builds custom wood furniture pieces at his home in Chicago, Illinois. He can be reached at mschumake@vancepublishing.com

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