Brandler London barn wood cabinetry works wonders in the bathroom to add a touch of warmth to a space not often accustomed to it. Vanity units, bathroom wardrobes or fully refurbished bathroom suites in barn wood, teak, concrete or paint enamel, the choice is yours and the options are endless. Our engineered barn wood is perfect for this space, safe in the knowledge it has been designed and built to last. Like all our reclaimed wood furniture we can design and fabricate your new bathroom with our trademark richness of texture and exquisite craftsmanship. These pieces stand out as modern yet tactile and biophilic in any contemporary home. We highly endorse the use of mix materials, combining the raw barn wood with smooth concrete or sleek metals to create an industrial material palette. However, natural wood finishes always ensure that warm, cozy feel of a well-loved home.
Mount Park, W5
A closer look at our latest vanity reveals a subtle composition of reclaimed timber, natural stone and metal. This floating worktop and drawer assembly fit perfectly into place. Overhead storage with undercounter LED lighting and delicate pendants maximise space and functionality. Recessed handles thoughout allow the timber to do all the talking and black polished stone sinks round off this salt of the earth unit.
The Brandler Vanity works great in bathrooms that require a sleek, modern aesthetic but also need an element of warmth and texture. Constructed with a mild steel frame and a thick slab of our reclaimed larch, the Brandler Vanity is attached straight into the wall to create a contemporary floating appearance. All of the reclaimed wood used on Brandler bathroom vanities are sealed with three layers of a prim oil undercoat, used typically in marine applications, and a hard wax oil top coat. This piece maintains the signature Brandler London look of reclaimed wood and raw materials all while surviving the wear and tear of a bathroom’s daily routine.
These Brandler London wardrobes provide this sleek, modern bathroom plenty of much needed storage as well as large swaths of warmth and colour. Two full height wardrobes flank the basin and mirror creating a formal yet functional bathroom feature wall. Opposite, a free standing tub is allowed to show off, free from any bathroom clutter. The rough textured wood appears in high contrast with the smooth porcelain and stone used elsewhere in the bathroom while the signature Brandler London recessed door handles fit well within the space’s modern aesthetic.
We worked with lighting designers DLighting on this project.