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  • Amy Cantrell

    Adding feet to Master Bathroom vanity

  • Bridget Schopp

    Idea for Guest bath. Add a new base and furniture legs (and paint) to a builder grade vanity to give a custom, updated look. Not sure about size of current bath vanity. Could it be reused, painted, new legs added?

  • Heather Harris

    Adding furniture feet to bathroom cabinets

  • Abegail Fetter

    raise the bathroom vanity by adding furniture feet. would love to do this.

  • Lisa Rogers

    modernize a builder grade vanity by adding furniture feet #diy want to do this with my ugly bath vanity, paint and feet!

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