Project Description

  • Project Name: Custom Burmese Teak Vanities
  • Manufactured by: Carib Teak
  • Project Date:   Current
  • Wood Type: FEQ Burmese Teak Plywood and Hardwood
  • Location: United States
  • Project time: 4-6 weeks

Project Details

At Carib Teak we strive to achieve the very best in design and fabrication on all our custom wood products. We can fabricate many custom products from Teak Shower floors which are our specialty to bathroom vanities, custom countertops, shelving and more.

When interested in our Teak products we will work with you on your custom design and style. We enjoy working with clients in making their design inspiration to a reality.

In working one on one with our clients we get to learn their design preferences in each product custom made. We specialize in custom bathroom vanities using various hardwood species. The warm tones in each wood can soften the style and design in any space.

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We work closely with our clients when interested in their custom teak product. Provide us with your inspiration photos, drawings and specs and we will make your product inspiration a reality.

Our products are all handmade custom to your design and style. We use all hardwood Teak plywood that is marine grade to withstand the moisture in the bathroom environment. All our drawers and face frames are hardwood Burmese Teak. Soft close drawers and custom blum hinges and slides are included.

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