Our rustic vanities are reminiscent of the natural beauty of nature. Each rustic vanity is built using natural wood harvested from the forest floor. This style was once reserved for log home but now the old rules are out the door. Whether is an ultra-modern condo, French country, contemporary decor nature is being inserted into home decor. By using live edge wood, log, roots, and driftwood the options are limitless. With decorators mixing rustic and modern a rustic vanity is a perfect fit. We have also built rustic vanities since 2002 and have become a driving force in the custom wood furniture industry. We have built hundreds of rustic bathroom vanities over the years. Our wood is sourced from the dead standing tree or log and root left on the forest floor by the turn of the century loggers. We like to be environmentally responsible in crafting our wood furniture. The little details are important to use. From selecting the wood through the finishing process. A lot of TLC goes into each piece we build.
One of our most common rustic vanity styles is the root or driftwood base. We use redwood or western cedar root as our main stock. But we also have driftwood bases. The fun part is no two are the same. Depending on the final design it will determine the steps. The stumps and root make interesting bases. They can have tree stump look or a twist gnarly root look. The stumps depending on the size make great rustic vanities. It is cool to invert the stump and place a vessel sink on it. The faucet can either come out of the wall or creatively be incorporated into the stump. Another option is carving a sink into a live edge wood slab. Then mounting the burl wood slab to the stump or root base.
One of the most popular is our rustic bathroom vanities built with Juniper logs and natural edge wood slabs. Because of the uniqueness of the Juniper logs, it is rare to find two or more with the same movement. Also, we can build to almost any size. The color contrast of the Juniper pairs well with the redwood and black walnut wood slabs. Also, the unique organic twist and knots add to the appeal of this style vanity. Another option is a stone or copper vessel sink or we can carve for a standard copper sink.
Because we are constantly evolving in the wood furniture industry. We teamed up with a local blacksmith and added the hanging or floating style vanities. In this style, we use a 3″ to 10″ thick wood slab with a live edge and hang it with chains. The chains are hand forged and crafted by our colonial style blacksmith. We also carve a sink into the wood and set up for a faucet. Another option is a stone vessel sink or even a copper vessel sink. This bathroom vanity can also be set up without the chains as a true floating vanity. The most common wood species we use in this style is Redwood but we also have maple and Juniper from time to time.
Back in 2002, our first vanity was a log vanity it was simple but functional. It was built out of eastern red cedar. The evolution has been amazing as we make rustic furniture elegant. We use a durable waterproof finish. It seals the wood allowing for the water to pool on top. It is also easy to care for and repair if needed. Also, it is non-toxic. The finish will last for many years depending on the abuse. We have many vanities in high traffic commercial setting and they are holding up very well. We look forward to working with you. The view our current inventory visit the store on the link below. All of the rustic vanities on this page are an example of our work, please visit the store for in current items or contact us for a custom project.