A Sleek New Range Of Floating Vanities From A Heritage Melbourne Company

Contemporary design meets traditional workmanship in the new ‘Selina’ range from Schots Home Emporium.

Sasha Gattermayr
30th of March 2021

Schots Home Emporium was founded in 1978, and remains a household name forty-three years later. Known for their wide range of furniture, lighting, fireplaces and homewares in both classic and contemporary styles, Schots also have a huge range of bathroom fixtures, and the latest addition to the line up is their new range of floating bathroom vanities.

The ‘Selina’ silhouette is a fusion of classic and contemporary design principles. The timber cabinetry is made from solid oak, finished with a sleek quartz countertop, bevelled at the edges for a smooth finish. The rounded timber body mirrors this curvature, with its vertical timber battens wrapping the entire bottom section of the fixture.

The solid oak cabinetry is available in either light or dark shades, and can be customised with matte black or brass handles. To top it all off, the ‘Selina’ is available in six sizes and can be paired with matching basins, taps and mirrors to complete the look.

Give your bathroom some special treatment!

The ‘Selina’ range is available now. See more here.

Supported by Schots

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