Product Watch: The New Waldorf Collection – Crosswater

A beautifully classic collection that exudes traditional design and time-honoured styling, the Waldorf furniture range completes the art deco inspired offering from bathroom designers Crosswater and sister brand Bauhaus. Suitably fitting for advocates of classic design, the traditionally-inspired range blends angular lines with elegant softened edges, resulting in a wonderfully distinctive look that will stand the test of time in any bathing space.

Waldorf Set B

Presented in a refined choice of classic gloss white, or a piano black finish for those looking to achieve a more dramatic look, the vanity units are perfectly set with fine detailing such as exquisite beveled edges and a choice of classic rounded drawer knob or high chrome bow handles. Opt for a simpler, fuss-free look with the wall-hung option, or create an additional statement by adding elegant chrome legs to the basin units for a striking floor-standing look.

Waldorf 1500 White unit A


The Waldorf furniture offering not only brings high-class style to bathrooms, it is also a practical storage solution too. Deep double drawers provide ample space for storing bathroom essentials, whilst the luxuriously smooth marble basin holds a generous volume of water. Coordinating beautifully with the selection of Waldorf basin mixers, the vanity unit is available in three sizes, from the compact 800mm wide unit to the indulgently proportioned 1500mm wide unit with double basin, offering the ideal proportions to suit any bathroom. To complement the stunning vanity units, tall tower storage units and a towel rail have also been launched, all sympathetically curated in the style and essence of the 20s era.

Waldorf 1000 White unit B
























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Alys is a knowledgeable design editor who is focused on instigating conversations, both online and in-person, with industry experts which challenge, educate and advance the commercial interior sector. Her training and 15 years of professional experience as a furniture designer for the commercial sector makes her uniquely placed to lead Design Insider as Editor
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