Bathroom. Friday , September 08th , 2017 - 05:14:21 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.
If the bathroom is small or if you’d like to maintain an open and airy decor, consider a floating shelf vanity. It’s one of the easiest DIY projects you can do. You just need some wood which can be reclaimed lumber, a table saw, a drill, some screws and polyurethane. If you want, you can make a live edge shelf and you can stain the wood in any shade you want so it looks great in your bathroom. Check out Themerrythought for more inspiration.
It seems like double vanities have fallen in and out of style throughout the years. For a while, you wouldn’t find a bathroom without a double vanity. Then they were really only seen in children’s bathrooms with all those little toothbrushes littering the countertop. And now, they’re back. Lucky for all of us! Having a double vanity in your bathroom can not only be convenient, it can double your storage space as well. Suddenly you gain lots of surface space as well as cabinetry for all those adult bathroom essentials.
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