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Admiral 30 in. Vanity in Dark Walnut with Engineered Stone Vanity Top in Black

$669.00 /each

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Featuring traditional styling with a vintage apothecary-inspired look, the Foremost Admiral Vanity in Dark Walnut with Engineered Stone Vanity Top is a simple solution to giving your bathroom an elegant upgrade. Durably made of natural wood veneers and clean, low-emission engineered wood with a rich dark walnut finish, the included black top is pre-drilled for an 8 in. faucet spread, includes a pre-attached square vitreous china basin and backsplash and is mold and mildew-resistant. The two cabinet doors give the appearance of six faux drawers and open to reveal a spacious, one shelf cabinet with plenty of room for bathroom essentials. Ideal for a wide range of decor styles, pair with the matching Admiral collection mirror for a polished and pulled-together.

  • 30 in. W x 21-3/4 in. D is ideal for any size bathroom
  • Includes black engineered, square-edge stone top with single pre-attached white, square vitreous china basin
  • Vanity top is pre-drilled for an 8 in. widespread faucet; faucet sold separately
  • Included 4 in. H backsplash helps prevent water damage to wall and vanity back
  • Non-porous vanity top is mold and mildew resistant
  • Durable and sturdy with natural wood veneers and clean, low-emission engineered wood construction with dark walnut finish
  • Vintage apothecary-inspired design has unique decorative touches, including carved feet and decorative molding
  • Provides ample storage with large interior cabinet with single shelf
  • Oil rubbed black knobs enhance the beauty of the finish
  • Concealed hinges provide a seamless look
  • Assembly required; open back for ease of faucet installation
  • Adjustable leg levelers included for use on uneven floors
  • Requires 8 in. widespread faucet

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How do I get the stains and water spots out of the faux stone top?

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December 31, 2014
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January 9, 2015
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Avoid abrasive cleaners or rough cleaning pads. Do not use products that contain lemon, vinegar, or other acids. Using this type of cleaning process will cause the finish to dull
Liquid spills such as alcohol, medications, etc. should be cleaned up promptly. Some liquids with high-acid content can etch your vanity top if left for any length of time. Popular products that should be promptly cleaned up Read More
Avoid abrasive cleaners or rough cleaning pads. Do not use products that contain lemon, vinegar, or other acids. Using this type of cleaning process will cause the finish to dull
Liquid spills such as alcohol, medications, etc. should be cleaned up promptly. Some liquids with high-acid content can etch your vanity top if left for any length of time. Popular products that should be promptly cleaned up are shaving cream, toothpaste, perfume, cologne, nail polish remover, hair coloring, or perm products, shampoo, drain and toilet bowl cleaners.
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Should this vanity be secured to the wall?

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TJSW
February 7, 2013
I bought 2 of these vanities and the instructions just have pictures which only shows screwing the feet on and attaching the backsplash to the vanity top and wall. It does not show screwing it to the wall. I did find one stud that was close to the center of the cabinet and was difficult to get to with the sink already installed to screw through the top back of the cabinet, but I managed to do so. The wall that the vanity is sitting on is glass mosaic tile on the back and on one side of each cabinet, so I don't really want to put a bunch of holes in the wall/tile. With only have it attached at one stud the vanity will move from front to back and the front feet come up off the floor. I have removed the cabinet from the wall stud and leveled the feet and it is pretty sturdy it seems and level without attaching to the wall. What is the proper way to install this cabinet?????????
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February 7, 2013
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Hi TJSW,
The method of attaching the cabinet is less important than the end result. You want the cabinet to be level and stable, with no movement when it is in use.
To this end you could secure the cabinet with caulk, using the caulk like a glue to hold the cabinet in place.
Place the cabinet where you want it, make sure it is level and in its final position. Then take you caulking gun and shoot a Read More
Hi TJSW,
The method of attaching the cabinet is less important than the end result. You want the cabinet to be level and stable, with no movement when it is in use.
To this end you could secure the cabinet with caulk, using the caulk like a glue to hold the cabinet in place.
Place the cabinet where you want it, make sure it is level and in its final position. Then take you caulking gun and shoot a bead of caulk in between the cabinet back and the wall tile.
Once the caulk has set up your cabinet will be very secure. If you ever want to remove the cabinet, just use a utility knife or other tool to cut through the caulk and you can remove the cabinet.
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Rated 4.0 out of 5 by 2 reviewers.
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Beautiful Vanity......Love it..... Nice vanity that is fairly easy to install. Love the look of this vanity even more in person that I did in the online picture. I did have to notch out the fixed center shelf for the plumbing. I notice the price has went up on this since I purchased my 2, glad I got it when I did. I also got the matching mirrors for these vanities. Like it all...very pleased. February 15, 2013
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by Top is easily marred Nice looking vanity but black top was marred when I left some bathroom cleaner on it. I think it will be sensitive to hairspray, nail remover etc The shelf in bottom is fixed so it needs to be cut to fit around plumbing Had to return first one as sink not attached straight December 10, 2013
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