Slideshow: Wetstyle’s new Bauhaus bath collection
February 27, 2022 | 4:35 pm CST
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Wetsyle's new Bauhaus vanity collection comes with or without legs, such as this wall-mounted Pacific Blue walnut version.

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A closer look at the details of the Bauhaus vanity with a Pacific Blue Walnut finish.

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Bauhaus vanities feature dovetailed drawers.

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Bird's-eye view of open Wetstyle Bauhaus drawer.

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Wetstyle's 60" Bauhaus vanity floor mount with a Stone Harbor Grey Walnut finish.

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MONTREAL -- Wetstyle, a manufacturer of bath fixtures and furnishings for the North American market, says its new Bauhaus collection is inspired by the “timeless and architecturally relevant Bauhaus movement exemplified in Tel Aviv’s White City.”

The Bauhaus collection, sporting clean lines, and rounded corners includes vanities of walnut or oak in a variety of lacquer finishes. Customers can choose from legless wall mount or floor mount options in sizes ranging from 24 inches to 72 inches. Wetstyle says the collection is available in hundreds of permutations of wood and lacquer finishes on a made-to-order basis.

The custom-fit countertop sinks are made using the company’s proprietary Wetmar Bio material, which Wetstyle describes as “an eco-friendly material that foregoes traditional petrochemical additives in lieu of soy and mineral stone.”
 
The Bauhaus collection is manufactured at Wetstyle’s 30,000-square-foot facility, which includes engineering, research and development, assembly, molding, casting, and finishing operations. 
 

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