Design-forward flexibility: Underground from Hastings Tile & Bath

Hastings Tile & Bath launched the Underground collection. Each vanity in the collection has open and closed storage, with a range of distinctive styles and configurations marked by asymmetry and slim, matte black metal structural frames.

The vanities in the Underground collection are available in three sizes and five styles in a dozen wood finishes, one cement-look finish and 36 matte lacquered finishes. Wall hung units come with a framed two-drawer option, while the framed single-drawer wall hung units are available with a smoked plexiglass shelf.

A framed floor mounted leg stand is available with two drawers, while the single-drawer option has the smoked plexiglass shelf. All models have matte white solid surface countertops with optional towel bars and optional coordinating side cabinets and mirrors.

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