My bathroom has been in desperate need of an update, since well…forever ago! One of the most disastrous areas of my bathroom is my vanity: it’s hideous and I am DESPERATE for a new one. Funds are tight these days, so instead of buying a new vanity, my husband and I set out to make one instead. In my vanity-tutorial hunt, I came across these great projects. Keep reading for more!
Better Homes and Gardens has a great tutorial that will lead you on the quest to perfectly-tiled-vanity land! This DIY isn’t super challenging, but the rewards are massive. Subway tiles, circular mirrors, and a statement making sink make this feel like home!
Better Homes and Gardens comes through again with another terrific tutorial that shows DIYers how to turn an old table into a seriously beautiful bathroom vanity. Repurposed projects are my favorite, and I have a few old tables that could definitely be repurposed. Sign me up!
Use a reclaimed desk to fashion yourself a vanity that would leave your guests absolutely speachless. Better Homes and Gardens has more!
Head on over to Beneath My Heart to see how they turned a butcher block into an incredible bathroom vanity. Does’t this add a perfect aura of rustic? I can’t get enough!
Remodel your master bath with sinks that come ready for a king and queen! The double sinks are a great feature for large families, and the two shelves below the sink are perfect for storing towels, toilet paper, and any other bathroom necessities! Learn how they did it at The Space Between Blog.
Pottery Barn is one of my favorite stores, but they’re INCREDIBLY out of my budget from time to time. This vanity from Nina Hendricks will help you incorporate that illusive Pottery Barn style, without the Pottery Barn price!
Three Scoops of Love has an incredible tutorial that shows readers how to transform an old cabinet into an incredible bathroom vanity. Check out your local thrift store (or Craigslist!) for an old cabinet if you don’t have one laying around. The copper sink creates the best contrast!
If you’ve got a smaller bathroom, you might want to consider installing a “floating vanity.” A floating vanity looks great, provides necessary countertop space, while freeing up space on the floor. A floating vanity is the perfect thing for awkward corners! You can find the full tutorial over at Infarrantly Creative.
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