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En Vogue Vanities for a Beautiful Bathroom

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At Early Settler, we pride ourselves on sourcing high-quality and truly unique furnishings that counter the cookie-cutter culture of mass-produced merchandise flooding the market. Among our new bathroom items, we’ve introduced two stunning new vanities — the farmhouse Clare and the mid-century Larsen — to offer buyers more choice in tailoring their bathroom look to their personal style or household aesthetic.

The Clare

“We wanted to embrace the charm, comfort and country character of a farmhouse bathroom with the Clare vanity,” says Lisa Hunter, category manager with Early Settler.

“The pairing of rustic reclaimed pine timber with glass-reinforced concrete (GRC) offers a luxurious and modern take on the classic bathroom,” she says. “The chic matte-black metal hardware fitted on the classic sliding barn door gives the country style a contemporary boost.”

The pairing of rustic reclaimed pine timber with concrete offers a luxurious and modern take on the classic bathroom.

— Lisa Hunter, Early Settler manager

En Vogue Vanities for a Beautiful Bathroom with the Clare
Farmhouse tapware should be traditional in its appearance, adds Lisa, such as classic silver or brass. “And no country bathroom is complete without a freestanding bath with a high back, rolled rims and signature claw feet. It brings instant country vibes to the space.”

No country bathroom is complete without a freestanding bath with a high back, rolled rims and signature claw feet. It brings instant country vibes to the space.

— Lisa Hunter, Early Settler manager

The Larsen

Also set to be extremely popular, the Larsen vanity — which comes in a single-basin or double-basin model — captures the essence of glamorous mid-century design.

“There are many ways to interpret a mid-century design style — from eclectic or bold to subtle and understated,” says Lisa.

“The key feature that we focused on at Early Settler when creating the new Larsen range was ensuring each piece truly reflects the 1950s era with classic design features that will never go out of style,” she explains, in reference to the clean lines, natural look and diagonal legs, which are distinctive of the era.

The key feature that we focused on when creating the new Larsen range was ensuring each piece truly reflects the 1950s era with classic design features that will never go out of style.

— Lisa Hunter

“Essential for us was using quality materials, which is why we chose white cedar (also known as mindi wood), as it is known for its durability and strength. Coupled with the round, freestanding basin, matte-black tapware and a big statement mirror, you can give this classic look a contemporary twist.”

The Larsen is available with either a standard sealed timber or luxurious jet-grey marble countertop, which contrasts beautifully against the cedar timber. “Buyers can pair this timeless aesthetic with bold tiles, splashes of colour or statement lighting to infuse their own style, palette and bathroom atmosphere,” Lisa adds.

More in-store at Early Settler

To check out more vanities to create a beautiful bathroom, visit Early Settler in-store or online. And check out our three bathroom updates that will add equity to your home.

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