A flea market cabinet turned into a stylish bathroom vanity with antique charm is an example of a DIY bathroom vanity. By removing the top of the cabinet by unscrewing the cabinet top and disengaging it from the frame, the first step to this DIY exercise is completed.
The next step to the creation of a DIY bathroom vanity involves the reinforcement of the frame with the use of an electric screwdriver. A long screw is placed in the center of the frame. After measuring the cabinet top, a sub-top out of plywood is cut and used as a replacement of the original top.
Using a hammer and a screwdriver, the cabinet back is removed. A piece of 2″ x 4″ board, cut to the height of the inside of the cabinet, is placed parallel to the original supporting beam. The new support beam is glued and screwed in the center front of the cabinet. This is done to allow room for the drawers and sink of the DIY bathroom vanity.
Despite small bathrooms presenting storage, decorating and design challenges, finding the right small bathroom vanities that suit the style of a homeowner, overcomes these challenges for the creation of a perfectly stylish small bathroom.
Among small bathroom vanities, the cabinet-style cabinet is considered classic and common. Its built-in drawers and concealed compartments provide a generous serving of storage all in one place. This more than makes up for the fact that its solid shape takes up a lot of space.
Wall-mounted vanities are other forms of small bathroom vanities. Attached only to the wall, they reveal an open space beneath, extending from the sink to the floor. They are very similar to a pedestal or console sink. Their floating design lends an airy look to the bathroom. Its specific design determines how much storage it can offer. It can be a simple case of a countertop and sink or it can feature a small cabinet beneath for the provision of additional storage room.