Modular vanity collection: Class by Hastings Tile & Bath

Hastings Tile & Bath has launched a new modular vanity collection. The Class collection comes in a range of color and finish options and is distinguished by streamlined matte black metal frames for a clean, architectural style.

Cabinets and drawer inserts feature a choice of wood or one of 36 matte and glossy lacquered finishes, while the drawer inserts are also available in glass, porcelain, a cement look or one of 12 different wood finishes. Sink base cabinets come with the option of one or two drawers and a choice of four sizes, while side cabinets offer the same drawer options and five different sizes. Countertops are available in glossy glass or frosted glass in one of 36 colors, with a new pure white milk glass option. An additional countertop option is a solid surface in matte white, while another option offers eight different porcelain finishes, including one evocative of white Carrara marble, minus the maintenance. Coordinating mirrors and side cabinets are also available.

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