|Style: Contemporary||Base Material: Wood|
|Number of Sinks Accommodated: 1||Mounting Type: Free-standing|
|Cabinets Included: Yes||Number of Doors: 1|
|Drawers Included: Yes||Number of Drawers: 2|
|Country of Manufacture: United States|
Coastal Collection Georgetown Series 30" Black Walnut Bathroom Vanity Base
dave from hoffman estates, IL– Verified Buyer
not to bad for the price , have a few marks that were touched up
Looks better in the pictures
No, not again from Michigan
The toe kick is horrible. it is NOT recessed but flush with the front AND it doesn't even match the wood. Instead, it is a piece of plywood painted with a flat black paint that marks easily. It looks cheap and clunky. The finish is poor, in some places it is rough and the spray finish missed seams and such. The dust from remodeling has collected on it and can't be wiped down - the finish is terrible and won't last. One of the doors is a completely different color than the other door. Looked better in the pictures. The shipping took a long time as it was delayed several times. I would have sent it back but we didn't open the box all the way to the bottom until the delivery man left. It is barely tolerable and will cost time and money to fix it up.
Not as Expected
Disappointed from Michigan
After reading mostly good comments mixed with a few bad, we decided to go for it since the price was right. Well, not great. We went ahead and installed 2 vanities but if it wasn't so darn hard to box them up and ship them back, I would have. First, the doors don't match! On our 48" double door vanity, one door is darker than the other... noticably darker and infact, almost looks like a different stain. It's not a simple variation in the wood grain. I can tell the doors were sprayed with stain and a varnish because one of the drawers didn't get the full treatment- there is almost bare wood along a seam. I'll have to touch it up. The finish isn't great - rough wood catches dust (we gutted the bath and the dust is sticking to the rough wood that I can't seem to wipe off) and there was a scratch on the front that I rubbed a little to see if I could buff it out but the little that I rubbed, I left a rub mark which is worse than the original scratch. I don't think the finish is going to hold up at all. The toekick/baseboards are HORRIBLE. I was expecting a 3" recessed toekick, like a standard cabinet. NO. It is flush with the front and to make it worse, it is painted with a cheap black paint so every time a shoe kicks it, it marks or chips. It is NOT, I repeat, NOT walnut wood that the pictures show. And, the toekicks are of different thicknesses on each of our cabinets. One is 1/2" plywood and is flush with the face of the cabinet and the other is 3/4" and sticks out from the front. The unfinished plywood end hangs slightly over the side. Installed, the cabinet looks OK except that your eye is drawn to the black toekick. Usually, a recessed toekick is unnoticeable but this one is very prominent and makes the cabinet look clunky. I guess one could rip off the toekick and notch out the bottom to recess it but we decided to use 4" travertine basemold to cover it up which matches the bathroom and it looks alright. Overall, it's just barely acceptable and it takes work and expense to "touch it up".
Charito from Atlanta, GA
I finally found this after looking all over for a cabinet to fit my powder room. [...]. The cabinet is a nice rich color and a good mix of traditional and modern. The door and drawers can be opened without installing pulls or knobs, which is a plus in my opinion as it allows for a clean, smooth look. The sink I bought drains on the side rather than in the center, so this cabinet was perfect to accommodate the drain pipe.
RajTheAccidentalContractor from CT– Verified Buyer
This is a beautiful cabinet with a lovely finish. The cabinets (I bought 2 - 1 LH & 1 RH) are sturdy, generally quite well built and the drawers moved very well. I would thoroughly recommend this cabinet - especially if you are looking to create a 'zen' look. (Only con is that the toe-kick was attached very weakly so be careful removing it from box. Lift it out, don't slide it out!!!