Bathroom. Friday , September 08th , 2017 - 05:02:51 AM
If it fits and you like the look, you could repurpose a dresser into a bathroom vanity. The transformation shouldn’t be too difficult if you follow the steps described on Anoregoncottage. First thing first: get a sink that fits. Trace its shape on the top of the dresser and cut out the hole. Then cut a hole at the back for the plumbing, paint or stain the dresser and give it the look you want, install the sink, the faucet and plumbing and you’re pretty much done.
Before you get all excited with the idea or repurposing a cabinet as a bathroom vanity, take a moment to consider things like the humidity in the room, the size of the space and the style that works best for it. You might realize that a more open design would suit the bathroom better. In that case, check out Smalltownrambler to find out how this semi-floating vanity was built.
Black and white is just the classiest combination there is, except you don’t really want black and white wallpaper in your bathroom, let alone any room of your home. This is where grey comes to our rescue in this zebra striped wallpaper. It’s chic and seamless, leaving the stark contrast for your other black and white elements.
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