I love this project! I love this vanity! I wouldn’t sell it if it fit in my master bath, but it doesn’t. Now that means someone is going to be lucky enough to remodel it into their home. Will that someone be you? You will most likely find it at the Saline Antiques Market, September 20-21, if someone doesn’t buy it before then. Let’s go straight to the after because it’s just so beautiful!
Now the before and some more pictures and details.
The before showed us some great lines and the wood was in pretty good condition. It need some clean up in general and a complete refreshing of the top. It was sanded and varnished so it can withstand water and wear and tear as any bathroom vanity receives. Between the layers of varnish it received sanding from 1200 grit sandpaper. Personally, I didn’t know that existed until this project. It is so baby smooth I just love to run my hands along it’s top!
The wood grain really comes out in this piece and with the finish.
More details of the top and sink.
The top drawer front is now just for looks to make room for the sink. The side doors still have great room for supplies and blow dryers. You can fit in a nice basket or leave it open.
Here is the full before and after!
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