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The Many Looks and Materials for your Next Bathroom Vanity

From modern chic and contemporary to rustic or classic, bathroom joinery can come in all sorts of shapes, sizes and materials.
New Zealand Panels Group has a range of brands that offer all the surfaces you need from Prime Panels, Bestwood, Dezignatek, Ultraglaze, Wilsonart and Durasein.

Melamine is a great choice for those on a tighter budget who don’t want to compromise on style. With over 100 melamine colours and designs including solid, woodgrains and patterns to choose from, the design possibilities are almost endless. These low-pressure melamine panels are made to cope with life’s knocks and carry a 10-year warranty. Melamine can be used for bathroom joinery as a vertical surface only.

Dezignatek’s thermoformed vinyl vanity doors are a very popular choice with a range of design styles. These include a classic shaker-style door through to more contemporary tongue and groove, fluted and flat panelled doors. Choose from a gorgeous palette of vinyl colours including stunning pastels to add a pop of colour to a bathroom space. The fluted Prague profile has been a big hit for bathroom vanities with its stunning 3D textured look.

If you’re after a high-gloss look, Ultraglaze acrylic panels produce a glass-like mirror finish without the imperfections or reflection distortions associated with other high-gloss finishes such as lacquer or gloss coatings. The Ultraglaze acrylic range also includes on-trend colours in a matt finish, including a stunning Navy blue, which has super matt feel and an excellent resistance to fingerprints and smudges.

For a more rustic or natural vibe, timber veneer for your vanity doors or drawers could be the answer. Options include the heavily textured Prime Art Veneer or for a very consistent and repeatable oak grain try Bestwood Evoake Veneer. Both are perfect with either a clear coat or stained to a colour of your choice.

If you’re in the market for a matching cabinetry front and top, high-pressure laminate (HPL) offers a solution in panel and benchtop form. Both Prime Laminate and Wilsonart have an extensive range of different designs covering concrete, marble, woodgrain and solid colours. Prime Laminate also offers six stunning Soft-Matt designs which are velvety to the touch and add a feeling of luxury to a bathroom space.

Many of the HPL surfaces from Prime Laminate and Wilsonart also have anti-microbial properties, which includes anti-bacterial protection, making it a practical and sensible choice for a bathroom environment.

Engineered stone is a popular choice for vanity tops, and Prime Stone offer three collections with designs that cover the classics through to softly patterned and popular veined marble designs.

Durasein solid acrylic can also be used for the top and front of the vanity. Due to its thermoforming properties, vanity fronts can be curved, fluted and shaped to almost any design you can imagine. Durasein solid acrylic can also be formed into sinks, for a seamless horizontal surface. Solid acrylic is a fantastic choice for a bathroom environment due to its non-porous and anti-bacterial properties. It is also very easy to clean.

With options to fit every budget and design style, products from New Zealand Panels Group offer the complete answer to your next bathroom joinery project.

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