Make Your Bathroom Stand Out with Our Nova Bathroom Vanities
When you are searching through our bathroom vanity units for the perfect bathroom vanity, you will definitely stop to look at our Nova Bathroom Vanities. Our Nova Bathroom Vanities are the pinnacle of luxury and sophistication; so read on to discover what our Nova Bathroom Vanities can offer you!
What Makes This Range So Special?
The Nova Bathroom Vanities are the true gems of our bathroom vanity collection, since they combine functionality and style perfectly. Whether you like an above counter basin or an integrated basin with a high gloss finish, you will always find a suitable option in our Nova Bathroom Vanity range.
What Material Was Used in the Nova Bathroom Vanities and its benchtops?
All the Nova Bathroom Vanities on Allure Bathrooms were made with medium-density fibreboard which is an affordable material made from wood residues, which gives the material an environmentally-friendly facet as well.
Due to the nature of the material, manufacturers can easily process the material into the desired design. Medium-density fibreboard is also easy to paint and stain, allowing the creation of many different styles for your bathroom vanity. When you look at our range of Nova Bathroom Vanities, you will immediately notice just how versatile fibreboard can be.
The benchtops of our Nova Vanities were made from toughened glass. Depending on the model of Nova Vanity, customers can obtain a bathroom vanity with either black toughened glass or white toughened glass.
Toughened glass is also known under the term tempered glass. It is a material that is commonly used in the manufacturing industry, considering how strong and how durable this material is. In addition to its applications in vanities, toughened glass is commonly used in car windows, mobile phones and even bulletproof glass.
In addition to its incredible strength and durability, there are some additional benefits to toughened glass. Tempered glass can be six times as strong as its source material, annealed glass. The strength of the end material does depend on the heating process, which also determines the residual stress in the edge and the surface of the glass.