Bathroom. Friday , September 08th , 2017 - 05:07:11 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.
A bathroom vanity isn’t exactly a complex piece of furniture so you could safety assume that you might be able to build one yourself. The easiest option would be to repurpose an existing furniture piece or even something completely different, not meant to be used in this way at all. Check out some of our ideas for DIY bathroom vanity designs and maybe you’ll be inspired to start your own project.
When storage is scarce and there is no place to put it, it’s time to get creative. Set your double vanity out from the wall a little bit and add some hidden storage behind your mirrors. It will come in handy when there is no other space for shelves.
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