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Saint Germain: A Neo-Classical Style Vanity of Stone & Metal

Neoclassical architecture is defined as the trend or movement prevailing in the architecture of Europe, America, and various European colonies at various periods during the late 18th and early 19th centuries. This style in architecture was characterized by the introduction and widespread use of Greek orders and decorative motifs, the subordination of detail to simple, strongly geometric overall compositions, the presence of light colors or shades, and the absence of textural effects.

The Saint Germain vanity, one of Porcelanosa’s newest items added to their collection of bathroom furniture, is a classical style vanity that is inspired by neoclassical elements in it’s design. The vanity showcases a simple design, a strong geometric composition and a similarity to the Greek orders with it’s pillar-like components.

Made from natural stone and accompanied by metallic structures, the Saint Germain vanity is available in two colors, Blanc and Noir. The vanity includes a large-sized wash-basin with smoothed edges that can be combined with a plinth.

The base of the sink is available in 3 varieties including a metal structure, a stone pillar-like base and the same stone base with an additional towel rack.

To learn more about the Saint Germain, click here.