Repurpose a Dresser Into a Bathroom Vanity

Today I am sharing the well ordered process we used to transform an old dresser into a restroom vanity. We utilized this procedure on two dressers for our main restroom redesign and I couldn’t be more joyful with how they turned out. It would be ideal if you remember we are not specialists, this is just the procedure we utilized.

I’m certain there are assortment of approaches to complete this, yet this was our methodology and I think it was quite simple–plus the drawers on the dresser are as yet utilitarian, which is a colossal in addition to in my book. I’ll be sharing all that you requirement for this venture and all sources will be recorded toward the finish of this post, so make certain to look at that in case you’re get ready to do this in your own home!

Materials and Sources:

  1. Oil Rubbed Bronze Single Handle Fixture
  2. Fly Up Deplete WITHOUT Flood
  3. Egg Shape Vessel Sink
  4. Vanity Light Installation
  5. Roof Light
  6. Shower Fixture
  7. Mirrors: Home Products
  8. Towel Racks: Side interest Hall
  9. 1.5 inch deplete lines
  10. 100% silicon to seal deplete line
  11. Paint Shading: Smokestack by Behr

In the first place thing you’ll need is a wonderful dresser. I have a couple tips in the wake of experiencing this procedure:

search for a dresser that is no less than 34″ tall and no less than 20″ wide. You’ll unquestionably need counter tallness, in addition to it should be a little more extensive so there is a lot of space for the sink. Turns out most dressers aren’t that tall, or that wide, so this was the hardest piece of our inquiry.

discover dressers that are made of strong wood and tough. This is super imperative. You need the dressers to be truly high caliber and well made.

search for French Common style dressers. No huge reason other than I might suspect they work best on this kind of venture. What’s more, they’re so darn purdy. Be that as it may, that is an individual inclination!

Presently on to the equipment. We ran with an oil rubbed bronze spigot. I like this one since it’s tall and has a decent bended gush. It fits superbly over the vessel sink we picked, in addition to it accompanies the hose you’ll have to introduce it. We chose to run with a sink that sits on top of the dresser, contradicted to one that takes a seat inside the dresser.

Truly, I’ve recently constantly adored this look and that was my vision for this venture. I think it would be awesome in any case. You can discover the connections for both the spigot and the sink we utilized toward the finish of this post.

For the deplete, you need the fly up vessel vanity deplete without flood (interface recorded beneath). We requested the wrong one at first and needed to return it. In case you’re hoping to duplicate this procedure, this is unquestionably the one you need. This screws separated into two parts, which makes it truly simple to introduce.

Next we quantified the separation from the sink deplete opening to the front of the dresser. This will disclose to you how profound your drawers can be before they’ll keep running into the pipes lines–if you need them to be useful in any case. We began by simply cutting the main two drawers–hoping the base drawer would fit in under the pipes. You can simply backpedal later and cut it if necessary.

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Here’s the other vanity in the restroom. As should be obvious it’s significantly bigger. See we situated the sink and spigot off to the side. Notwithstanding giving me an open space for my “work” (otherwise known as cosmetics and hair), this likewise permitted us considerably more stockpiling than if we had done the sink amidst the dresser.

How to Repurpose a Dresser Into a Bathroom Vanity? The drawers on the left are all full size and totally untouched. We just needed to cut the main 3 drawers on the correct side, so heaps of capacity is conceivable doing it along these lines.

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