Maximized storage: Lydia vanity from Furniture Guild

Furniture Guild has launched its newest transitional vanity, the Lydia. Able to store linens and toiletries, the Lydia brings a minimalist style to a master bath or guest suite.

Three long drawer fronts are outlined with a decorative metallic trim that compliments the horizontal pull handles. As with all Furniture Guild collections, the Lydia can be customized with an array of finish options, including traditional and exotic woods, matte and high gloss finishes, and custom paint colors. The interior configuration includes double drawer pullouts concealed behind non-sink doors in addition to a third pullout for extra storage space. The interiors of the drawers are furnished, with optional glass dividers and LED lights also available.

The vanity is available as a wall-mounted unit or as a freestanding model with exposed legs. The Lydia comes in different sizes ranging from 24" to 72" in single or double bowl configurations. This vanity is created using FSC-certified hardwood as well as formaldehyde-free furniture grade plywood. All finishes are Greenguard certified for indoor air quality.

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