Straight and Crossed Lines

Tour Eiffel

French Style Furniture with a Minimal Approach

Tour Eiffel furniture collection due its name to one of the most famous architectural symbols of the world. Arte Veneziana chose to name this collection Tour Eiffel because the main design and etchings recalls the straight line of this famous building.

This French style inspired line is made of different pieces of furniture that has in common straight lines that reminds crosses and a particular finishing called thumbnail bevelling. This kind of work is an artistic bevelling that enrich and better decorates each kind of mirrored furniture.

This collection is the best choice for people who loves clean lines and a French revisited style.

Handcrafted Luxury Bathroom Vanity

Hulon French Style Bathroom Vanity

Long Mirror and Two Door Floating Vanity

Mirror | Materials

Structure made of wood with a rectangular opening to house the vanity.

Glass with hand silvered clear finishing.

Hand beveled and glass tiles on the edges.

Vanity | Materials

Two door vanity with a push-pull opening mechanism.

Structure made of wood with shiny gray lacquered finishing.

Glass with hand silvered clear finishing.

Molten vanity top made of 15mm thick glass with hand silvered clear finishing.

Central back opening for bathroom pipes. The perimeter edges are made of aluminum with satin finishing.

One adjustable shelf made of wood with shiny gray lacquered finishing.


"Criss-Cross" motif and shiny sphere handmade engravings.


Vanity size: W. 108 cm, D. 56 cm, H. 74 cm

Vanity size: W. 42" 1/2, D. 22, H. 29" 1/8

Code: FWC-LDC-006-1020B

Mirror size: W. 135 cm, H. 230 cm

Mirror size: W. 53" 1/8, H. 90" 1/2

Code: MCX-LDC-006-1020S

Custom made to specifications.

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Product Designer

Leo De Carlo


Leo De Carlo was born in Venice in 1972. He graduated in Industrial Design from the Milan Polytechnic in 1998. He worked for Philippe Starck in Paris from 1999 to 2003, handling furnishings, lighting, electronics and interior projects.

He returned to Italy in 2003 and went into business on his own. He currently lives and works in Venice.

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