Crosswater London Introduces New MPRO Wall-Hung Vanity
Understated Luxury and Space for All the Essentials
Milford, MA – International bath design leader, Crosswater London, is excited to announce the introduction of its MPRO Wall-hung Vanity. Available in four sizes and finishes, the new bath furniture extends on the established, go-to MPRO collection of bath fittings and accessories. Meticulous craftsmanship, elegant design, and generous storage define the modern wall-hung vanities for the ultimate in function and style.
Space-saving with minimalistic lines, the vanity offers a sophisticated look featuring SlowClose drawers with ample storage and optional organizers. Available in four sizes, the 24”, 28”, 39”, or 48” vanity is finished in White Gloss, Storm Grey Matte, American Walnut, or Driftwood and completed with the MPRO Basin crafted of Italian fireclay. European made, the MPRO Wall-hung Vanity combines warm wood or sleek finishes with the ultimate in functional details to create beauty and harmony in the bathroom.
About Crosswater London
Sourcing the highest quality materials and constructed using the finest manufacturing techniques, Crosswater London collections range from classic British and European heritage to sleek, contemporary design styles. Dedication to product design, innovation, skilled craftsmanship and keen attention to customer service are the primary reasons for continued success. Crosswater London is exclusively available through 270+ Forte Group showrooms spanning the US and Canada. Additional information on the brand is available at www.crosswaterlondon.com. For local showrooms, please visit https://www.crosswaterlondon.com/find-a-retailer.
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