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  • Maison Valentina Nazca Vanity Cabinet

    Nazca is a tectonic plate located in the southern Pacific Ocean. As a tribute to Mother Earth’s heartbeat, our designers created the Nazca Vanity Cabinet with a structure in matte walnut root veneer, a base in vintage brass matte, and a marble sink. This 2-door vanity cabinet will add a wonderful earth tone to any luxury modern bathroom interior design.

    Product Features

    W:160 cm | 62,99" D:55 cm | 21,65" H:85,50 cm | 33,66"

    Top: Carrara Marble;
    Structure: Walnut Root Veneer; Matte; Brass, Matte; Inside: Ash Wood;
    Water drainage: Wall

    Estimated Production Time: 6-8 weeks


    Clean and Care

    Wood and varnished lacquers bring depth and beauty to the products. Although they are protected with varnishes and other finishes, they are still susceptible to wear. To clean these products, use only a wet cloth. Additionally, it's important to keep the wood and lacquers away from heaters or air-conditioners to avoid over-drying or exposure to excessive humidity. Fluctuations in humidity within your home can cause damage to the wood and cause the lacquers to crack.

    Avoid placing hot or wet objects directly on wood surfaces, as they can cause damage. Similarly, avoid using alcohol or detergents on metals. Instead, use thin cotton or extra soft cloths. If you have stained metals, it is recommended to have them cleaned by professionals. For polished metals, a damp cloth is sufficient for cleaning. Do not apply ointments or commercial waxes directly on the materials, as they may scratch or damage the finish.

    When cleaning metals, we recommend using products such as Brasso, Simichrome, or Flitz. These can be used without causing damage to our products, unless the surface has a wax coating. In that case, these polishes will remove the wax, isolating the metal.

    When cleaning glass and crystal, wipe them with a soft damp cloth or use a glass cleaner with no additives. Apply the glass cleaner to a soft cloth instead of directly onto the fixture to avoid overspray, which may damage other finishes.

    If any product is damaged or excessively worn, it is advisable to seek professional help.