Prism Mirror Box System vanity units

Vanity units designed for commercial washroom storage

  • 4 Jan 2016

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Maxwood Washrooms’ new Prism Mirror Box System vanity units have been designed to meet the aesthetic and functional storage requirements of contemporary commercial restrooms.

The vanity units, which make use of hinged mirrored panels, have been developed to offer appropriate storage for soap dispensers, paper towels and other maintenance products.

To indicate contents, text or symbols can be engraved on the back of the mirror to aid those responsible for maintenance in commercial washrooms.

Customisable vanity units

Manufactured from melamine faced MDF and faced in high pressure laminate, Maxwood’s Prism Mirror Box is available in an assortment of colours. Behind-mirror storage includes housing for washroom accessories; interior shelving can be added if necessary.

Maxwood is able to customise the vanity units to suit individual project requirements: using its in-house manufacturing service, the company can insert soap and towel dispensers and hand dryers into the unit.

The design can also be enhanced with ornamental metal surrounds, or low energy LED lighting.

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