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  • Do you deliver?
    Yes, we deliver throughout the Northeast and ship worldwide. We generally prefer to personally deliver our work when possible, which ensures a smooth transition from our workshop to your home. Please feel free to ask us for a quote. ​​ ​
  • Where do you ship?
    If you are outside of our Northeast US delivery range, we do ship worldwide. Domestically, we ship via Fed-Ex Freight and Old Dominion, feel free to ask us for a quote. For the purposes of ball parking this cost domestically, shipping a typical vanity ranges from $400 to $700 for the freight, depending on how far you are from Vermont and the specifications of your vanity. We have a house charge of $100+ to create a custom crate for your piece, which covers the materials needed for a robust hard sided crate.
  • How long does it take to complete a vanity?
    Our lead time is generally 4-6 weeks, although we can often complete projects sooner if time is on the short side. That said, more time is always appreciated!
  • What is available for the countertop of the vanity?
    Every option is available for countertops, including wood, marble/stone, Corian, and ceramic. Some of the most beautiful marbles are quarried locally at the Danby quarry, truly stunning material!
  • What sinks can be used?
    We can use any type of sink that works best with your project, including undermount, vessel sinks, and 'seemless' sinks that formed into a ceramic or Corian countertop.
  • What sizes are your custom vanities available in?
    Our custom vanities can be built to your exact specification. We can also recommend a size vanity for your space, given your layout and storage needs.
  • Do you offer matching mirrors and medicine cabinets?
    We build custom mirrors and medicine cabinets and can build a mirror to pair with your vanity, whether it be antique or custom. Recessed and surface mounted medicine cabinets are both options.
  • Is wood a good surface for a countertop?
    ​​ ​ Indeed it can be, and it can even be more care free than porous stone or marble. We seal our wood tops with durable coatings to fully protect them from standing water which means no special care is needed in daily use.
  • Can I send you an antique to be converted into a vanity?
    Absolutely. We especially love when clients send us pieces that have meaning to them, those are very special projects.
  • What woods are available for your custom vanities?
    Virtually every wood is an option for a build. Everything from ash to zebrawood is within reach. This inclues popular domestic hardwoods like white oak, red oak, hard maple, soft maple, cherry, alder, hickory, butternut, and black walnut. Exotics are also an option such as teak, mahogany, sucupira, sapele, bubinga, and many more.
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