Vanity Fair


A technological powerhouse in the world of home design, Robern is known for conjuring up the unexpected to elevate everyday routines. After joining the Kohler Co. family of businesses in 1995, it has since originated some of the industry’s most sophisticated cabinetry, vanities, mirrors, and lighting.

The latest in Robern’s cutting-edge product releases is the Craft Series, which celebrates wood, its inherent warmth and textural grain. Within the series are seven curated themes satisfying a range of architectural styles. The vanities, along with coordinating linen cabinets and decorative mirrors, celebrate craftsmanship and superior attention to detail. Here’s an up-close look at the pieces, available for customization at the Kohler Signature Store at 7 Tide in Boston’s Seaport District and their stores in Natick and Burlington, Mass.

SENDAI merges the raw materials of early industrial spaces with the warmth of oak. It’s a stunning fusion of metal and wood.

With a weathered oak finish and softly curved edges, HELDEN evokes the effortless luxury of a chic coastal escape. Carved drawer pulls and a minimalist floating installation complete the light and airy aesthetic.

The sophistication of Hollywood glam meets modern-day functionality in the BERGMAN look. Eye-catching design elements include rounded oak paneling, high-contrast accents, and stainless steel sleigh legs.

SKAARSGARD reflects the clean, uncluttered sensibility of Nordic design. Light woods, open shelving, brushed metal hardware, and subtle mitered details together form a soft minimalism.

Factory-inspired yet unexpectedly elegant, MACKEY features stainless steel perforated paneling, distressed finishes, and contrasting metalwork.

The raw wood finish and truss beam design of the BODO vanity communicate a rustic elegance. Its silhouette takes its cue from exposed beams in a modern farmhouse.

The solid oak frame construction of CHESTNUT HILL reads as traditional and refined. Timeless touches like beveled drawers and tapered legs mimic the look of an heirloom-quality furniture piece.

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