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Repurpose a mirrored tag-sale dresser as a sink cabinet by making a cutout in the top for a drop-in lav. | Photo: Deborah Whitlaw Llewellyn | thisoldhouse.com Cabinets, Vintage Vanities, Vintage Bathroom, Old Dressers, Bathroom Vanities, Bathroom Ideas, White Bathroom, Bathroom Sinks, House
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Vanity on a Budget A Queen Anne sideboard discovered at a secondhand shop for $200 imbues this bath with timeless character that stock cabinetry never could instill. It was retrofitted with a new sink, and two lamps were wired into the base for a functional finishing touch.(I personally would not add the lamps, keeping them clean would be an issue for me.The baskets are perfect and so is the towel rack and mirror.)
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.