This satin glass top addition to a Falper favourite is the latest to join the exquisite Via Veneto range
January 1st, 2013
The Via Veneto range by Falper is an integrated washbasin and cabinet solution characterised by elegance and versatility
Vetro, the latest release is a new addition to the range adding a unique satin glass top with integrated washbasins to the existing oak cabinetry.
The cabinetry containing spacious, fully opening drawers featuring milled pocket handles, a stunning timeless characteristic.
The range is available in varying lengths, with single or double bowl and a choice of 16 timber veneer finishes with internal draws in matching timber veneer.
The integrated 10mm satin glass top and bowl/s is available is 6 colours.
To complement the integrated cabinets the range includes a timber framed wall mirror (3 size options) and a self-supporting floor mirror.
The Vetro range will be available exclusively at Rogerseller in February 2013.
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