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  • Jennifer Kinman

    Vintage Bathroom Ideas- half bath?

  • Lindsey Barnhart

    Traditional powder room by Garrison Hullinger Interior Design Inc. Love the Old Dresser they used as part of the sink.

  • Melanie Dawn Nelson

    26 Breathtaking DIY Vintage Decor Ideas Want, want, want a bathroom vanity made out of a fabulous old dresser.

  • Lauren Kile

    half bath- love this! We actually have a sink made from a dresser, I love this color!!

  • Tiah Lavespere

    Vintage dressers and chests can be re-purposed into bathroom vanities. Vessel sinks are particularly useful for this. Love this idea for our half bath.

Decor Ideas, Color, Old Dressers, Half Bath, Bathroom Vanities, Interiors Design, Sinks, Bathroom Ideas, Powder Rooms

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Love this dresser turned into a vanity - ❤

Turning dressers into vanities. I would do larger mirrors though. Maybe even mounted the faucets through one large mirror. Place those above the toilet over each other for an accent but this accents their small size.

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Dresser made into bathroom vanity; I would put the sink either to the right or left so you only loose use of one of the top draws instead of both.

For my downstairs powder room. A piece of furniture that can be re-purposed into something unique. In total, this project cost us less than $150, with the inclusion of a few plumbing connections and a tube of caulk. The result: a one-of-a-kind custom vanity that adds charm and elegance to our renovated half bath.