Bathroom. Friday , September 08th , 2017 - 04:59:25 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 needs to be both well-stocked and organized and one way to deal with both these requirements is by crafting a storage box in which you can keep things like extra toilet paper rolls, hand towels, moisturizer and other supplies. The project (which we found on ourkidthings) starts with a simple cardboard box. The first step is to wrap rope all around the exterior of the box, using glue to keep it in place. Then the interior needs to be lined up with some fabric. If you want, you can also add some ribbon for a touch of color.
There’s something poetic about this small walk-in shower. It’s partly because of the black frame and the way it contrasts with the white subway tiles but also because of that small, square window and the built-in storage niche placed above the bench.
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