Loughlin Furniture are proud Australian designers and suppliers of handmade timber vanities and furniture. Located on the East Coast of NSW, they have been making quality individual and unique timber vanities for over 20 years. The workmanship and design can be seen in every piece they make, using natural elements that possess inherent beauty.
Loughlin Furniture Designs
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Stylish floor standing vanity design with ample storage Available in 750mm, 900mm, 1200mm 1500mm and 1800mm lengths Finished in clear polyuret...View full details
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Loughlin Furniture Vanities
Made To Order Australian Vanities
Your new wood vanity will be ready within 3 - 6 weeks as each piece is crafted by hand with individually chosen timbers. Trust us when we say these naturally beautiful vanities are worth waiting for!
We've put together our top tips on what you need to consider when choosing the perfect Loughlin Furniture vanity;
Loughlin Vanity Sizes
Loughlin vanities come in a range of sizes, from 600mm all the way to 1800mm. If you can't find the perfect combination of size and style get in contact with us and we will find out if a bespoke piece of furniture is the way to go. Our favourites by size (width):
600mm - Baxter Single Timber Vanity
750mm - Staples White Alpine Vanity
900mm - Yamba Vanity
1200mm - Kelli Vanity
1500mm - Baxter Double Timber Vanity
1800mm - Ashton Vanity
Loughlin Vanity Styles
Loughlin have three unique styles of vanities to choose from. Open shelving featured in the Baxter range, through to solid timber doors and drawers in the Avoca vanity and a white finish with timber top in the Staples range.
Unique Natural Timber Vanities
One of the most attractive features of using natural timber in the bathroom is that every piece is unique. The material for each Loughlin furniture vanity is hand selected and every effort is made to make it look just like the pictures we display on our website but will have its own unique grain and look.
All timber vanities are finished in a quality polyurethane to give them moisture resistance and ensure the finish lasts the test of time.