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Sometimes you’re looking for a new sink. Other times, some woven baskets do the trick. Whatever your needs, our bathroom department carries furniture and accessories that cover them all.


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GODMORGON – Years of good mornings.

The GODMORGON range equals good storage. With GODMORGON drawers you get lots of space to hold all your bathroom things.

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SILVERÅN – No need to cut corners.

The traditional looking SILVERÅN range of bathroom furniture has been designed specifically for smaller bathrooms.

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LILLÅNGEN – Small size specialists.

Sometimes, a little goes a long way. The LILLÅNGEN range and other clever accessories offer solutions that make the tiniest of bathrooms feel larger than life.

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HEMNES – The perfect blend.

In the HEMNES range, traditional looks unite with modern features. The full-sized solid wood drawers have a soft-closing function that will last longer keeps them quiet.

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Find the bathroom that makes your mornings smile

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Close-up of a white wash-stand and colourful accessories. Pine furniture in a bathroom with white tiles. Close-up of a dark brown wash-stand in a bathroom with white tiles. A white wash-stand on a chequered black and white tile floor.
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