Rustic vanities incorporate tree slabs, burl logs, and burl roots. Rustic vanities refer to rustic sink consoles and wood countertops built from live edge wood slabs, burl wood slabs, logs, and stumps. Our rustic vanities are unique in quality, design and beauty. Each piece brings a unique quality that cannot be achieved through traditional cabinetry. Every custom-designed vanity delivers a special aesthetic and atmosphere to each bathroom in your home.
Our log vanity or stump pedestal vanities are perhaps the most popular vanity that we sell. Built from the base of cedar trees, the character of crevices, live edge, wood tones, and unique wood grain of the tree itself creates impressive focal points. Rustic log vanities are particularly appropriate for powder rooms or smaller bathrooms where space is limited but you still want that ‘wow’ factor. An alternative to the log vanity is the moose antler vanity for the homeowner with an interest in wildlife. Whatever your preference, our log vanities are exceptional works of artisans who take pride in satisfied customers.
Vanity designs for en-suite bathrooms are limited only by one’s imagination. Reclaimed barn wood, black walnut, redwood burl, maple burl, and other live edge wood natural wood countertops with custom copper sinks, stone sinks, and vessel bowls. From the room dimensions provided by the builder or homeowner, we custom-design and craft vanities and consoles to blend with the décor and environment that you want to create. Our designs go into contemporary settings or rustic cabins and anything in between. Our promise to you is a deep sense of satisfaction every time you walk into the room.
As accompaniments to our rustic bathroom vanities, we also sell copper sinks and copper tubs in many shapes and sizes, for bathrooms and kitchens. Copper is particularly nice in a rustic design, as the natural patina of copper blends beautifully with the natural grain and colors of our rustic vanities. Our copper sinks are made from high grade hand-hammered copper with a minimum gauge thickness of 16.