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Products in the Sienna White Bathroom Furniture category have been rated 4.7 out of 5 based on 139 reviews.

There are 6 products on sale, ranging from £79.99 to £269.99

  • Ian C

    27th of August 2014

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    Sienna White Multi Drawer Unit 330

    Sienna White Multi Drawer Unit 330

    Good Unit

    Great little drawer unit. Good finish etc. Problems with damaged units promptly dealt with by helpful staff who quickly arranged for replacements to be sent through.

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  • S A Hussain

    24th of August 2014

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    Sienna White 55 Vanity Unit & Basin

    Sienna White 55 Vanity Unit & Basin

    Worth For Money

    It was good bargain and good purchase.

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  • Wendy Clark

    10th of August 2014

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    Sienna White Multi Drawer Unit 330

    Sienna White Multi Drawer Unit 330

    SIENNA Multi Drawer Unit

    This is a well made product. No-self assembly required which adds to the quality and finish. Drawers are deep and hold plenty. Fits in a small space. Very pleased with this purchase. Just what I was looking for.

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  • Pam Cowell

    5th of August 2014

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    Sienna White Multi Drawer Unit 330

    Sienna White Multi Drawer Unit 330

    Good Quality Excellent Servise

    helpful staff it came when they said it would quality very good would recommend them to everyone save your self some money

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  • Nic Browning

    4th of July 2014

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    Sienna White Tall Wall Cabinet 330

    Sienna White Tall Wall Cabinet 330

    Looks Great

    Great price for good quality cupboards. Really finishes of our bathroom...

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A Sage Choice: The NEW Camberley Traditional Bathroom Furniture Range

Posted on: 20th Aug 2014

If you're looking to create a traditional style bathroom, it can often be difficult finding furniture that really captures that bygone feel. That's why our product designers here at Victoria Plumb created the beautiful Camberley Furniture Range - a traditional bathroom furniture collection with a modern twist! Traditional Bathroom Furniture Options Available in classic white or sage green, the Camberley Furniture Range has been designed in a shaker style, with simple yet beautiful styling and detail. You'll find the following items included in the range: Mirror Basin Unit Tall Storage Unit Wall Mounted Cabinet Storage Unit Traditional Furniture with a Modern Twist The elegant period style of the Camberley Range makes it ideal for those wanting to create a more classical look, especially suitable for creating an Art Deco style bathroom. The beautifully crafted furniture features subtle detailing; for example, the basin unit includes a thin edge ceramic basin and nickel coated handles. Plus, all storage units feature soft closing doors & drawers to help prevent noise and wear & tear. A modern touch for a traditional furniture item! This furniture range is designed to complement any of our traditional bathroom suite ranges such as the Camberley and Winchester Suites. So whether you choose white or sage, the Camberley Furniture Range is guaranteed to add real sophistication to your bathroom!  Looking to create an Art Deco Style Bathroom? Take a look at the following resources on Love Bathrooms: Art Deco Moodboard Art Deco Inspiration How to create Art Deco Inspired Home Infographic Follow Victoria Plumb's board Art Deco Inspiration on Pinterest.

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How to work out how much Bathroom Furniture you need

Posted on: 5th Aug 2014

Designing a bathroom is a lot of work and you’ll no doubt have your head turned by all the fantastic units and pieces of furniture available for this vital household space. Gone are the days when a bathroom simply contained a basic suite with a wall mounted medicine cabinet or shelf; now you can choose from a range of features that include wall hung storage cupboards, vanity units with basins, laundry baskets and back to wall toilet units. All this choice is great for those who want to get the most out of their bathroom but it does pose a few difficulties – the main one of which is ensuring you don’t go overboard and buy too much furniture that simply won’t fit in your bathroom. It’s understandable that you want the best but filling your bathroom with storage units will just make it impractical and inaccessible; two words you really don't want associated with your bathroom! So, to help you create the perfect relaxing space in which to bathe, here’s how to work out just how much furniture your bathroom needs. Measure Up Look at the size of your bathroom and see how much room there is to play with. Take a variety of measurements such as the total floor space as well as the height of the walls and the amount of floor space needed to allow access to different areas. The amount of room you have to work with will not only determine the dimensions of the furniture items you choose but also the amount of furniture you can have too. It is also worth remembering that rules over the distance certain appliances must be placed from electricity points will come into play with your design. Locating these points and working out how much room this takes off your total floor space is essential. If you already have some new furniture in mind, take the dimensions and lay newspaper down to gauge the footprint

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House Prices rise but Victoria Plumb's Prices stay low!

Posted on: 2nd May 2014

With property prices soaring in the UK, many renters and owners are finding themselves with less spacious, ‘cosier’ properties than they might otherwise have hoped for. Despite this news, it appears that it's those of us living in London (where property prices have increased by 20% over the past 6-7 years) who are being hit the hardest. Elsewhere in the country, prices are actually slightly lower than they were before the financial crisis of 2007/08. Assess your Options If you are a homeowner, you may be looking at your options. For example, are you looking to sell up and cash in on the equity of your home? If you really are looking to benefit from higher house prices, you may look to downsize. Or perhaps the time is right to assess your home for renovation? If you're a young person looking to step onto the first rung of the property ladder, it may mean you'll be forced to choose a much smaller property than you had anticipated. What has this got to do with Bathrooms? In all the above cases, you are likely to find yourself having to work with a limited space in your home. But this needn’t necessarily mean sacrificing comfort and style. And no matter where you live, your bathroom will be an essential feature of your home’s style and atmosphere. In fact, it's a central feature that is overlooked all too often

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Monochrome Magic – 8 Reasons why a Black and White Bathroom works

Posted on: 10th Feb 2014

Where fashion leads, interior trends often follow. Monochrome has been particularly popular on the catwalks for the past few seasons now, and it’s a trend that has filtered down to interiors too. But although very current right now, it’s also a look that is timeless, which means that it’s a great choice for a space like the bathroom. Once you’ve invested in a new bathroom suite you probably won’t want to update it in a hurry so it’s important to choose a décor scheme that will endure. This is particularly true if you are going to be tiling the space as well, as tiles aren’t something you can cheaply and easily replace. Black and white are soul mates, like yin and yang - seemingly opposite ‘forces’ that are actually interconnected and interdependent. Black absorbs while white reflects. Put them together and they pack a punch, creating design schemes with real impact. Here are a few reasons why black and white works particularly well for bathrooms: It never goes out of style Black and white is a timeless combination that won’t date. It will look good for years, and you won’t need to update it in a few seasons when colour trends change

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Is Wenge Bathroom Furniture the new Black?

Posted on: 10th Sep 2013

If you've never come across Wenge before (pronounced “wen-geh”), you are in good company.   Wenge is a relatively unknown type of wood finish for furniture and when it comes to the bathroom Wenge is making a breakthrough as an accent colour. From the Millettia laurentii tree found in Central Africa, this is a tropical timber that is very dark in colour. It has been described as “nearly black” or even as “espresso”. Of course, most bathrooms come in a traditional white finish, but a Wenge finish can really complement and accentuate the rest of your suite, giving a classy dark and light design. At Victoria Plumb, we have extensive ranges of bathroom furniture which feature Wenge including bath panels, mirrors, vanity units, toilet units and both floor mounted and wall hung cabinets. Top Tips Here are our top tips for using Wenge in your bathroom: Your bath makes up one of the largest surface areas of any item in your bathroom. Add a new Wenge Bath Panel to your existing bath, to provide contrast. Add a wall hung mirror cabinet such as the Odessa Wenge 3 Door Mirror Cabinet. This not only adds to the overall theme of your bathroom, but provides both light and much needed storage space for toiletries

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Back to School - Back to the old Bath Time Routine

Posted on: 2nd Sep 2013

It’s that time of year again: Summer is now officially over and those little hell-raisers are finally going back to school! If you’re a parent and you’ve relaxed your children’s routines during the holidays, you'll probably find yourself having to go back to much stricter hours of bath time and bed time. Getting your little treasures to readopt this regime can sometimes be hellish, but here a few tips from a fellow parent that might help: 1.        Bath Time = Fun Time Bath time should be a period of fun and enjoyment for your children. Take time out to chat and play with them. Ask them what they have got up to during the day and formulate some fun games to play (if you want to be sneaky, these can even be “learning games”!). 2.        Spell it out Make each step of the routine clear to your children. If the process goes tea time, wind-down time, bath time, bed time – make sure you stick to that. Don’t give in to small changes here and there. 3

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Buying Guides

Sienna white gloss bathroom furniture range

Victoria Plumb's range of Sienna white bathroom furniture is a fantastic way to update your bathroom with practical, affordable and stylish pieces of white gloss bathroom furniture, complete with matching framed mirrors. These pieces are classically designed with a modern edge, ensuring that they will stand the test of time and continue to look up to date despite ever changing trends in bathroom design. They are also built from high quality materials ensuring that they will remain in good condition for many years.

The Sienna White Gloss Bathroom Furniture range includes a wide range of pieces from basin units, to WC and storage units so you are sure to find a combination of items which will fit into the dimensions of your bathroom. Choose from a whole range of products such as a Sienna 45 mirror with lights or a Sienna multi drawer unit.

Door units come with an MDF front, chrome finish handles and a soft closing mechanism. Drawers come with metal runners and chrome finish handles. Units with a built in basin do not come with taps or waste pipes and back to wall units exclude a back to wall toilet, concealed cistern and push button, allowing you to make your own choices. They are also supplied undrilled for a push button, allowing for accurate siting and maximum flexibility.

The Sienna linen basket is a clever way of concealing laundry inside a unit, allowing for a seamless row of units, uninterrupted and uncluttered by other freestanding items of furniture. All pieces are supplied fully assembled and come with an installation guide. Victoria Plumb provides a next day delivery service with a specialist two person team who will deliver to the room of your choice and remove any packaging you do not require.

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