Geometric form: Canto vanity from Icera

Icera launched the Canto vanity collection, which comes in deep blue and mattte black with metal trim that showcases its geometric form.

The minimalist Canto vanity is notable for its angled profile. This furniture-style vanity is crafted of solid wood throughout with no MDF or chipboard. The solid stone countertop includes a matching backsplash, while the vanity cabinet includes soft-close drawer with dovetail joinery.

Two deep drawers offer space for towels and toiletries, including a divided top drawer for organizing smaller items.

Icera also offers coordinating mirrors for a cohesive finished look. In addition to the new blue and matte black options, the Canto is also available in white, grey, brown and espresso. The natural marble countertop comes in a choice of Carrara White or Crema.

The Canto is part of Icera’s new vanity line with some available in a variety of sizes, ranging from 30 inches to 60 inches to accommodate a large master bath or stand alone in a smaller powder room.

Photo credit: Icera

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