Bathroom Vanity Tables
Various designs for bathroom vanity tables.
¶ Two different kinds are here shown; the tops of which turn over on each side; the glass to each draws up in the back, and is supported by a spring top; the fitting of the glass is regulated by a foot in the back; within the doors is a place for water bottles, etc., The drawer is designed to hold napkins and are made of mahogany.
¶ Plate 81 presents a drawing or shaving table, with the usual conveniencies ; and also a Bidet, which draws out and is supported by half legs: This is on a new construction, and has been much approved for its use and conveniencies.
¶ The glass to this or other familiar piece of furniture maybe made with the face to turn inwards by means of a groove on each side, in which runs a pin fixed to the top of the glass, which, if run up the grooves, will throw the face of the glass outwards. A foot may be fixed near the top of the table to regulate the situation of the glass.
¶ Night tables. Plate 81 (above) shows a design for one, with a tambour front; the seat of which draws out, and is supported by half legs: Two more designs are given on Plate 82 of different constructions.
¶ Bidet. Plate 83 shows the form of a common bidet.
¶ Basin Stands. A design for a new one, Plate 83, (above) on a triangular plan. This is a very useful shape, as it stands in a corner out of the way.
¶ Plate 84 shows three designs for Basin stands of different constructions and various conveniencies.
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