Bathroom Sinks & Vanities
Above Counter / Vessel Sinks
24" wide x 36.75" tall x 24" deep
24.9" wide x 36" high x 24.9" deep
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Most catalogs & stores sell wood knobs of cherry, oak, maple, & sometimes pine. Solid, unfinished walnut is hard to find. Historic Houseparts sells these. They are well made, no defects, & come with screws. Company service is excellent, delivery prompt, exactly as advertised. Highly recommended.
Perfect addition to any home
I got this piece to go along with our turn that we also purchased
and this is absolutely beautiful. Easy install and a wonderful,
historically accurate addition to my home.
I mistakenly ordered the brushed nickel hinges and called the
company right after ordering to change it to the polished nickel
hinges. They were awesome in correcting my order and I am
thrilled with the quality! I am very impressed and will use them
again. So happy I was able to match the hinges I already had for
So happy with these beautiful knobs! We wanted our bathroom
to have a special flair and these cabinet pulls completed the look
perfectly. A little smaller than we expected, but still a perfect
complement to the look we wanted.
Purchased to replace old yellowing cardboard candelabra covers - thought I wanted/needed a new chandelier until these beautiful covers revived it! People even think I purchased a new fixture!! Would highly recommend - price and shipping could not be beat! Would definitely do business again!! Thanks!!
We are renovating our house in Redondo Beach, a 100 year old beach bungalow that was stuccoed. We re-faced the exterior to shingles (previously clapboard) and we are keeping the plastered walls and putting your hinges on all of the interior doors. Thanks!
This dresser was one step away from the dumpster. I found it at
a 2nd hand store for $10. After doing a little research, I found
this to be salvageable and I was happy to find your website.
Your service was fast and great. The pieces matched perfectly.
I was having trouble sourcing lifts that were good quality, and
matched with all of the other hardware in the kitchen. These fit
the bill, and were less than half what I have seen elsewhere.
They are solid, nicely weighted. Worth knowing that they are
cast rather than stamped, so holes can be slightly different from
one to another -- means that you have to be careful with
measuring and leveling. But the upside is a truly historic and