Where are Ronbow vanities made?

Where are Ronbow vanities made?

Luxury European-inspired kitchen cabinets, designed and manufactured in California with factory direct service and support.

What is standard size for vanity?

Standard widths for vanity cabinets are 24, 30, 36, 48, 60 and 72 inches, however, you may find some in-between sizes out there. The standard depth of a vanity, from front to back, is typically between 20 to 21 inches. However, there are narrow depth options available which are usually 18 inches.

Where is Ronbow located?

Company Description: Ronbow Corporation is located in Livermore, CA, United States and is part of the Lumber and Other Construction Materials Merchant Wholesalers Industry.

How big of sink can I fit in a 36 inch cabinet?

A 36″ base cabinet can handle a 33″ sink at most; a 30″ cabinet should be fitted with a sink no larger than 27″ wide. The average 24″ sink base cabinet comfortably accommodates a standard 22″x30″ sink; be sure to consider the depth of your sink when planning storage inside the base cabinet.

What are ronbow sinks made of?

Our ceramic sinks are made of 100% vitreous china derived from highly sustainable sources, with each piece fired, glazed, and sanded by hand in our own ceramic studios. We have something for everyone. With three distinct brands – Ronbow, Ronbow Signature, and Ronbow Essentials – Ronbow caters to every lifestyle.

What are the characteristics of a modern bathroom vanity?

Each vanity features wide cabinets punctuated by a beautiful linear design and a uniquely elegant white ceramic sinktop with a flared edge. An unconventional composition of trapezoids combines in a mélange of drawers and cabinet doors to form an almost puzzle-like appearance.

Why choose Pininfarina Vento by ronbow?

Honored with the prestigious Good Design Award, the VENTO collection from Pininfarina by Ronbow, turns the bathroom into a sensual experience. VENTO means “wind” in Italian and this collection emulates that element through a sleek sinktop design inspired by smooth, snowdrifts formed by fast, strong winds.