Bathroom Vanity made from Reclaimed Pine Barn Wood with

Bathroom Vanity made from Reclaimed Pine Barn Wood with
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This bathroom vanity made from all-natural, reclaimed pine barn wood not only contributes to green building, but will give your bathroom the rustic look that will warm your home for a lifetime. These vanities are custom made to your specifications. Feel free to contact us (click the Message the Seller button below) with questions. As Pictured: This quality handcrafted Tiffin vanity is the standard height of 31.5″ and is made of pine barnwood with a hand-rubbed wax finish and rustic black hardware. Standard Sizes: Please refer to the last picture in the listing for various cabinet layouts and sizes to choose an option that suits your room. Standard sizes are below. In addition to the standard height of 31.5″, a taller 34.5″ option is also available. We also make custom sizes, please contact us for estimates. This vanity does not include a countertop. Layout 1 – 24″: $995.00 Layout 2 – 30″: $1140.00 Layout 2 – 36″: $1215.00 Layout 3 – 36″ Left side drawers: $1,295.00 Layout 3 – 36″ Right side drawers: $1,295.00 Layout 3 – 48″ Left side drawers: $1,410.00 Layout 3 – 48″ Right side drawers: $1,410.00 Layout 4 – 48″ $1,440.00 Layout 4 – 60″: $1,575.00 Layout 4 – 72″: $1,800.00 Layout 5 – 60″: $1,525.00 Layout 5 – 72″: $1,700.00 Hardware Options: You have the choice between rustic black hardware or oil rubbed bronze hardware with cup pulls or no hardware. Finishes: Vanities can be finished with hand-rubbed wax, matte conversion varnish, washes or stains. Reclaimed Barn Wood: Reclaimed lumber and barn wood is a one of a kind, green material that has been given a second life. We exclusively use reclaimed lumber that has been harvested from century-old (and older!) barns in Ohio. Reclaimed lumber is popular for many reasons: the wood’s unique appearance, its contribution to green building, the history of the wood’s origins, and the wood’s physical characteristics such as strength, stability and durability. Please be aware that reclaimed barn wood is rustic with small knots, color variations, nail holes and wormholes; however, that is what gives it beauty and character. Historical Note: This Tiffin vanity model is named after Edward Tiffin who served as Ohios first governor. Tiffin was born in England and came to the us with family. He moved to the Northwest Territory in 1798 and became involved in politics. As the first Governor of the developing state, he faced many challenges. We are proud of our Ohio history and know that our reclaimed lumber has played a role in the states settlement.

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