This bathroom cabinet is well built and is really good for those less grand bathrooms (mine is in a Victorian terraced house so is a little small ). But it has really set off the bathroom well. So well, I am thinking of changing the unit in my en suite shower room Excellent purchase and good value for money. Highly recommend it.
We love this bathroom vanity unit. It has the IC shaker look that works well with modern or traditional taps. The cupboard underneath is big enough to hide all those cleaning products, spare loo rolls etc. It is very well made - everything feels nicely solid.
The unit and sink arrived in good condition and looks really well made and beautiful. It has not been fitted yet but looks straightforward and easy.
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Wendy Asked :
Should the Hampton vanity unit and sink (one tap hole) come with the plastic waste?
The overflow will be chrome-plated plastic, and the actual waste should either be bought separately or come with the chosen tap.
Roger Asked :
I'm interested in the Roper Rhodes Hampton Basin unit - QS-V4177 - MFC Code - HAM550B.W. I like the light grey colour which I've seen in the shop and online however when you look at colours, none of them looks the same as the original picture. They list the colour as Mocha, but it almost seems yellowy-white when you order it. Is this a picture error, or is there another colour that is not shown?
Images provided against the colour shown on our website are correct and the same as on the manufacturer's website. There might be slight variations in the actual unit and the images shown due to printing.
Patrick Asked :
Hi, Could you please advise on the Hampton unit and what the infill panel is? Also, please advise what material the unit is made from, as worried that it may 'blow' when it gets wet, especially on the feet.
The infill panel is used between units to create a framed look if creating a run of furniture. Typically if using the infill panels, one would be used between each unit and one to create that look, and they are typically screwed into place from within the units. The panels are wrapped, painted MDF, and are 16mm thick. They are water tested but should always be protected against excessive water.
Kathy Asked :
The sink waste pipe has to enter from the side of the unit just above floor level. Can this cabinet be adapted to this?
There is an 80mm plumbing void at the back of the unit, so it may be possible to adapt it in this way; however, any holes drilled will need re-sealing to protect against any water damage.
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