Art Deco styling: Thames vanity collection from Drummonds

Drummonds, designer and manufacturer of bathroom products, has introduced its newest vanity collection, Thames.

The collection is an adaptation of the original Hebdern design, with a shelf added for storing towels or baskets of toiletries. This Art Deco style vanity has solid brass legs and marble paneling. With a choice of either a single or a double vanity, Thames is available in unlacquered brass, polished chrome, polished nickel or antique nickel, brass or bronze with three different marble options: White Arabescato, Atlantic Grey and Black Marquina.

Drummond Shaw founded Drummonds in 1988. Today, the company manufactures and distributes bathroom products. All Drummonds’ baths are made from solid cast iron using sandcasting technique first used by Victorian foundries. The business owns and operates three factories that manufacture cast iron baths, brass fittings and china sanitary ware. Drummonds’ head office and warehouse is located in Surrey in the UK, with a flagship showroom in Chelsea, London and a boutique showroom in Notting Hill. In 2017 Drummonds’ opened its first US showroom in Architects and Designers building in New York City.

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