Vanity choices: Urban collection by Hastings Tile & Bath

Hastings Tile & Bath has launched the Urban collection of vanities.

The countertop is a solid surface with a range of basin styles and finishes/colors; and can come glass-glossy or matte (sandblasted) in 45 colors, cement resin in 10 colors, porcelain in 11 stone finishes, or HPL (high pressure laminate) in nine stone or wood finishes.

The cabinet is offered in 45 colors of glossy or matte lacquered finishes; 45 matte lacquered wood grain finishes; eight soft touch colors; four metal look hand painted lacquer finishes; nine HPL finishes; 15 3D textured wood finishes; or 10 cement resin finishes.

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Accessories/extras include: LED backlit framed mirror with open shelves, tall open or closed storage cabinets (up to 63"), soft-close metal drawer construction, detailed drawer interiors with compartments, and open or closed side panels. The collection similarly comes with duplex drawer front, grooved handles that can be a different finish or color (adding more contrast to the design) and the grooved handle wraps around the entire cabinet (including side panels), and optional anthracite finished metal leg stands.

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