If you've been following along with the ORC (One Room Challenge) you know I'm using
a dresser as our bathroom vanity, I've had it for years and still love the unique look it gives
our bathroom. It's my top choice for creating a custom look without spending a lot of money. Dressers are plentiful on Criagslist, and can be easily modified, we had a handyman do ours,
just be sure the construction won't be compromised if the piece needs to be reworked.
If storage isn't a concern, a console, desk or table can also make a beautiful statement.
The ideas below show the versatility of several pieces,
and almost make me want a new one!
Basin on top of console, placement isn't centered. This is the configuration I chose for
mine, I thought it was more functional to have extra counter space to one side,
and I like to have room for something pretty. :)
Basin on top of desk, centered. The style of this piece leaves the plumbing more exposed.
Choosing a longer dresser would allow for dual sinks.marieburgosdesign.com
The faucets are mounted on the wall in order to use this antique.
Doors have been removed from a sideboard for use as towel storage.
french country cottage
This rustic dresser looks like a nice size for a powder room.
A marble top with molded sink fitted to the top of the cabinet.
So many unique options if you're considering a bathroom update.
Have a wonderful weekend, friends!
Thank you for taking time out of your busy day to stop in and visit my little
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