Rated 4.0 out of 5 by 34
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by spartannut Manufacture blemish
When we received the vanity the box was destroyed. Opened and discovered that there was no damage to the vanity from shipping. But the paint was flaking off at the seams of the trim. Called and since it was manufacture defect we would not get another one for 3 weeks. We are in the middle of remodel project and don't have another 3 weeks. Store did give us 10% back which was nice, but now we have to hope we can match the paint and get it touched up.
May 10, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by MG1234 Terrible color
The vanity is NOT antique white. It is a horrible yellowish color. Wish I could return it but contractor already installed. SO DISAPPOINTED. The decor of my whole bathroom is ruined. Wish I could paint it. DO NOT RECOMMEND AT ALL. You will be disappointed.
July 20, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by LovetoShop Love this vanity
I love this vanity. It's exactly what I was looking for. Beautiful, durable, and plenty of room for my bathroom necessities. It's a statement piece.
March 20, 2014
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by gardengirl Exactly as I expected
Based on reviews, and taking into account comments about the color, which were all correct, I could not be happier with this vanity. The contractor had it in in minutes and it looks fabulous with our white marble-like Corian countertop. The drawers slide smoothly, doors close quietly, height is perfect, delivery was fast, price was right. love the extra center top drawer. see photo for more accurate depiction of color.
October 2, 2012
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by DIY2 Seashore Cottage 60 inch Bathroom Vanity has plenty of drawer and under sink space
This largest of the Cottage Series Bathroom Vanities is a standard 60 inches and comes only in a creamy off-white finish (paint). Its all wood construction, and has a nice working top drawer, not a dummy, and three smooth sliding drawers with painted wooden pull knobs to match the cabinet. I may replace the hardware knobs, and I knew that would be an option if I choose to dress it up that way - but for now, it looks fine. Underneath each bowl there is plenty of space behind the wood slatted doors because my plumber took care to route the drains and faucet stuff without intruding too much on the open space there. The vanity sits level on eight screw-in rounded "bun" feet (Spanish instructions called them "onion" feet - haha) about four inches from the floor. That's all the assembly required! Under and behind that space beneath the vanity, I knew I would show off the tile floor so, on the wall, I had my electrician center an outlet connected to a wall switch at the bathroom's doorway so I could include my idea -- some LED lighting emanating from underneath the vanity on a light tile floor. It looks awesome and is functional as a night-light. I may change it at holidays to show different colors. I chose this Victorian-styled vanity for my NJ seashore house's master bathroom remodel, and am pleased with my design choice. It renders an early 20th Century Victorian look. It would not go well in a bathroom where there may be kids rough-housing and slamming up against the soft wooden slats of the vanity's doors. Be sure to choose matching traditional looking faucets, toilet, and tile to complete the theme. It is topped with a gray manufactured granite double bowled sink top, and looks great! My choice was with the knowledge that I can re-finish this if the color is not right or if and when it becomes worn. It arrived no worse for wear from all its travel and shipping around the world, and was packed tightly against damage properly with a load of hard cardboard corners, styrofoam, etc. to lock it in place inside its shipping carton. It was just cumbersome to carry up stairs and around corners in the house to get it to its final destination. But, measure properly, think and support it with two smart men, and all works well. Overall, this is the centerpiece of my new bathroom, and I am pleased with it.
November 5, 2011
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by TGS So so . . .
The color is not what was expected, as others have mentioned. I am going to have to paint it to get the antique white look. Also, the top is warped to the point where the center protrudes under the center of the vanity top. Our contractor is going to try and make an adjustment, but we should not have to make any adjustments. I like the cottage look though.
December 23, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by C75 What a transformation!
This is the most unique bathroom vanity I have ever seen. Free standing with louvered doors and ball feet makes quite a statement. Once it was moved into the bathroom, we kept going back just to ooh and aah. The contractor was also impressed and took pictures to show customers. Purchased our own vanity top. Something in beige works perfectly.
November 6, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by sunshine1 Very happy with purchase; many plus comments
There was no problem with assembling the vanity (easy). The size and color were perfect.
October 29, 2015