Bathroom Cultured Marble Vanity Tops

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asked Dec 29, 2021 in 3D Segmentation by freeamfva (22,040 points)

Cultured Marble vanity tops offer the best combination of design versatility and overall value of any product in the Wolf catalog. They feature an all-in-one design that eliminates seams and makes cleanup fast and easy. It also prevents mildew, moisture, and bacteria from accumulating on the product's edges.Get more news about Rectangular Vanity-top,you can vist our website!

All Wolf Cultured Marble tops feature a proprietary topcoat finish that will maintain its luster well into the future while protecting against scratches and other wear and tear. Pre-drilled faucet holes make installation in any bathroom simple. We offer this product in a variety of custom sizes, with an optional integral flush or recessed bowl. All products measure 3/4" thick.The Wolf Cultured Marble product line features the widest range of color choices — and the greatest number of Quick Ship options — of any Wolf countertop. Our 48 standard colors include marbleized finishes such as Astral Beige and Blue Carrara, faux spray granite finishes such as Cappuccino, Ecru, and Sand, and solid Biscuit, Bone, and White colors. All feature a gloss finish, with Satin available as an option.

Standard finish orders typically take between 2-3 weeks to fulfill. For faster service, pick one of our Quick Ship products. Quick Ship products are available in three neutral colors — Cloud White, Cotton White, and Linen — and with several oval or rectangular bowl sizes. We can typically fulfill Quick Ship orders in a matter of days, meaning you can get to work faster.
You'll find the full line of Wolf Cultured Marble vanity tops for sale from our network of dealer partners. Our dealers know our products better than anyone else and they are the only place to see our quality in-person before making a decision. Trust the Wolf experts in your area to recommend and order the right products for your home. Visit our Dealer Locator to find a dealer near you.

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