Bring on the drama! The exquisite new Escondido Vanity will take center stage in any powder room. The vanity features a variation on the original, with an off-center design that offers additional counter space. Its sleek shape is elegance and grace in harmony. And, Thompson’ new matte black finish shines. It complements popular design trends today, and at the same time, celebrates expert coppersmiths in Santa Clara del Cobre, Mexico who’ve created the new signature matte black finish.
Thompson craftsman are masters at the art of creating copper sinks. The Escondido Vanity is no exception, as the perfect partnership of copper with brass legs by Palmer Industries. MSRP:$6,159; dimensions 18 inches (outer) x 18 ¾ inches (inner) x 6 inches (depth).
Alejandra Ochoa de Thompson’s dream of bringing the beauty and craftsmanship of Mexico to American homes became reality when she and her family took the bold step of launching Thompson in 2003. Headquartered in Greensboro, North Carolina, the company owns its factory in Santa Clara del Cobre, Mexico where designs for sinks, bath tubs and accessories for the kitchen and bath come to life. There are masters at work in Santa Clara del Cobre. Masters in metals, in technique and in making one-of-a-kind, hand-hammered pieces of art. Every piece preserves the legacy of the renowned coppersmith town of Santa Clara del Cobre and supports the region – a vital mission to Thompson.
Today, stainless steel, brass and nickel join copper as part of Thompson’ portfolio, along with special finishes, textures and custom capabilities. No matter material or finish, though, every design is meticulously hand-hammered by coppersmiths in Santa Clara del Cobre. Each design is rooted in this magical place. Drawn and inspired, from Thompson’s heart. www.thompsontraders.com. Follow on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter.