Japanese Inspired Design
Japanese design style is tasteful and enduring -thanks to the use of a monochrome and natural colour palette, plus the use of light and celebration of organic materials. The Sento collection takes its inspiration from the Japanese word “Sento” which is a traditional Japanese bathing house and spa that people would customarily visit.
Bathroom design inspiration
A Japanese inspired bathroom is a wonderful design idea, and will help you create a peaceful and tranquil new bathroom. The tasteful colour palette of the collection is humble, yet timelessly elegant. VitrA are a global leading luxury bathroom brand, with state of the art manufacturing facilities, a talented and award winning in house product design team and a number of fantastic collaborations with other award winning product design houses and industrial designers that have won worldwide acclaim. Sento offers a beautiful contemporary, minimal but fun and fresh bathroom furniture solution, with matching cabinets, storage units and mirrors in 3 lovely colourways: Anthracite, White or Cream.
VitrA Sento Vanity Units
Several sized vanity units are available in a number of configurations including a single or double drawer style vanity or a double door vanity unit. The range is highly adaptable and will work in either a cloakroom or a large bathroom with small cloakroom units available or large double basin units for master bathrooms.
A Flexible Bathroom Collection
There are also flexible installation set ups available creating additional options and design possibilities. The units can be wall mounted for a floating contemporary look, highlighted by the built in LED lighting that activates in proximity. Or, you can install all of the units on optional oak legs for a cute fun look from this charming collection. The storage units can also be set onto the optional oak console, which creates a wonderful design feature for any bathroom space. Browse the collection today on UK Bathrooms:
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