Accara 30" Bathroom Vanity, Espresso w/ Clear or Frosted Glass Countertop B706D-30-ESP
by Modern Bathroom
At Modern Bathroom (.com)
For a solid foundation to your next modern bathroom remodel or bath-build, choose the Accara 30" Bathroom Vanity, with drawers and door. The rich deep Espresso finish, 3/4" heat-tempered safety glass basin and bathroom vanity top work flawlessly with this latest look in contemporary modern vanities. For a vanity designed to impress and engineered to last, choose Accara.
Available in additional sizes.
- Includes Single-hole faucet mount
- Includes drain assembly and all mounting hardware for easy assembly
- Fits 30 inch wide space
- Optional faucet and mirror available
- Optional side and wall cabinets
*Because these items are hand finished, mirror and vanity color shades may vary slightly.
What buyers are saying
I purchased this particular vanity because of how BEAUTIFUL it was, when I saw it in the show room. Long story short, I guess I caught up in the beauty of this vanity and didn't consider the practical uses of purchasing a vanity such as this. Once the vanity was installed and I started using it, that's when I discovered a major design flow. I noticed when I ran water into the sink, water would splash and spill onto the glass counter top. (Also, there's no back splash, so water also splashes on the wall behind the vanity). Because there's NO OUTER LIP around the top of the glass, the water spills onto the floor, it rolls under the glass and also onto the wood cabinet. I'm constantly wiping up water from under the glass top, from on the floor and on the cabinet. Also, when the water spills under the glass AT THE REAR OF GLASS COUNTER TOP, the water settles between the bottom of the glass and the top of the wood border, located at the back of the vanity. And you can't reach that area/space to wipe up water. Therefore, it has to dry on it's own. And because of that, it leaves water spots under the glass. This is NOT a vanity for a high traffic area, where there's frequent use of the bathroom sink. And, although this vanity is very pretty, if I had to do it over I would not purchase it, unless the company designed a glass top that had a one inch lip around the entire border of the glass. Maybe this is why none of the faucets on display in Modern Bathroom's show room, are operable.