An enfilade in her bathroom

Typical of the 1950s and 1960s, shallow, longer than a chest of drawers but not as high as a sideboard, the enfilade is a must-have in the vintage world!
All in length and on legs (of course), the enfilade is back with the vintage fashion. Furnishing and practical with its storage, it easily finds its place in our entrances, our living rooms,… And even in our bathrooms!

However, not all sideboards are easy to fit into a bathroom. To be sure of making the right choice, it is important to pay particular attention to the details of the furniture: size, type of wood, position of the cupboards, etc. This will make the installation of the cabinet as a vanity unit easier and more efficient.

In rosewood, teak, with drawers, Scandinavian style, there is inevitably an enfilade for your bathroom, as long as you have the space to accommodate it!

1 – Vintage Italian Sputnik chandelier in copper – 1960 | 2 – Round vintage teak mirror | 3 – Suite of 3 vintage Swedish crystal glass vases by Vicke Lindstrand for Kosta | 4 – Vintage teak sideboard

1 – Round vintage teak mirror | 2 – Vintage rosewood sideboard by Carlo Jensen | 3 – Vintage wood and wicker stool | 4 – Red vintage wool rug

1 – Suite of 2 vintage Danish brass and opal glass sconces | 2 – Vintage asymmetrical gold mirror | 3 – Suite of 2 travertine planters | 4 – Vintage teak sideboard for Jentique – 1960