Friday, April 25, 2008
Waterfalls mission was to create bathroom furniture that promotes a cleaner environment that comes along with a wide range of colors, styles and sizes to readily fit into any existing bathroom. Thus resulting in space savvy and stylish vanity collection that is so very Eco-fabulous. The end product leaves consumers energized to renovate consciously with confidence.
Waterfall vanity line has produced beautiful, classic and modern designs that are awe inspiring. Each piece is ready to fit into any style and scale of environment, offering high design possibilities regardless of space. They come in many colors, which offers the ultimate in customization, and can be viewed with the touch of a button by visiting their online site. The styles range from modern, art deco, retro to global to French country, transitional and mid century.
All vanities are crafted from highest-rated FSC-certified formaldehyde-free medium density fiberboard (MDF), the lowest –VOC water based paints available and Caesarstone counter tops, which is a green product. One can also opt for the fully recycled material which is made from milk and detergent packaging. They are manufactured in Canada using Fair trade practices.
Waterfall is in constant search for the latest Eco-friendly materials available so rest assured they will continue to provide us with the most up to date environmentally sensitive bathroom furnishings available.
Gorgeous Eco-friendly bathroom vanities are no longer just an illusion. Explore a better alternative to the ordinary vanity with Waterfall, at www.waterfallbath.com
Conscious Chic is written by contributing writer Laura Dichtl, President of La Peruse Interiors. Laura is a respected interior designer with over fifteen years experience working with high end residential and business clients in the East End (Hamptons), North Shore Long Island and New York City.
Laura's inspired environments have earned her a reputation as a design and life-style expert. Her work has been featured in numerous magazines including Hamptons and HOME Magazine's. Conscious Chic by Laura Dichtl covers the best in "style" for the conscious consumers.