Salvaged wood creates a bathroom sanctuary

We loved the mirror frames made from teak tree roots and woven driftwood launched this summer from Indigenous, so we're pretty excited that the brand has turned more salvaged wood into washstands.

Creating a gorgeous juxtaposition with clean white washbasins, the natural-look pieces are available in single and double designs for a luxurious bathroom.

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Indigenous says that the driftwood-esque Teak Root Washstand is handmade from salvaged Indonesian teak tree roots that would normally be burnt or discarded, and has a storage shelf for extra practicality.

The Reclaimed Teak Washstand is made from wood that has been salvaged from old homes and sawmills, according to the brand. There's a slatted shelf here too and a mellower colour of nut and cream.

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