Modern pieces: Dressage collection by Graff

Graff launched the Dressage collection, which includes a vanity piece and tub that uses wood combined with modern materials.

Positioned on a sawhorse-shaped base, the freestanding vanity unit is topped with a DuPont Corian surface, making it durable, stain resistant and soft to touch while preventing the build-up of bacteria. Made using either Canaletto walnut, oak or wenge, the vanity piece can include a sink and be accompanied by a tray, shelf, towel hook, set of soft-close drawers and a rectangular, rotating mirror.

Meanwhile, the freestanding tub is lined with DuPont Corian, and is angularly cut to create an elevated area for stretching and relaxing. There’s the option of a leather headrest. All plumbing for the tub is concealed inside the piece.

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Graff was founded in 1922.

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