This rustic gem is hand crafted from recycled copper and reclaimed wood from Mexico. The rich colors of red, brown, orange, and black in the copper are all variations caused by the fire used to heat the copper. The colors are random and are not controllable – each piece is truly unique as no two pieces turn out exactly alike.
Copper has rarely been used in the construction of furniture in the past, but innovation and vision resulted in the creation of this original copper furniture line from Mexico. Besides being an aesthetically pleasing recycled earth-friendly material, copper is also known to be antibacterial and inhibits the growth of microbes, thus providing a measure of protection against the presence and spread of harmful germs and bacteria.
This vanity is now available in custom copper patinas and painted finishes in addition to the regular finish shown in images above. See the selection of custom painted finishes below and at checkout.
A combination of new and old reclaimed pine salvaged from old buildings is used because it adds further character and uniqueness to our furniture line. Various construction methods, including free-floating wood panels, are employed to minimize the potential for cracking and warping. All drawers employ wood runners so they do not drop when opened; and metal drawer glides are available upon request ($15 up-charge/drawer).
The dark wood finish is a five-step process which involves wood stains, a dark glaze, and two coats of clear coat lacquer. This finish is much more durable, water resistant, and maintenance free compared to the light hand-rubbed wax finish. It is the most popular and most commonly specified wood finish; and it is the default finish applied to orders unless otherwise specified by the customer. Touch-ups are quick and easy using Briwax Tudor Brown color tone or darker – wipe it on, and wipe it off.