Turn a Favorite Piece of Furniture Into a Vanity

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In today’s fast-paced world, having a beautiful bathroom is a perfect way to escape and relax. So creating a bathroom that you love can be considered an investment in your mental health. But what happens when you can’t find a vanity that you like? Here’s a perfect solution.

Making vanities out of furniture pieces is a popular trend in home decor. And because you can use anything from vintage to contemporary casegoods, desks to buffets, your bathroom can truly reflect who you are.

Check out this collection of lovely vanities for a little bit of creative inspiration.

Traditional Bathroom by Mahoney Architects & Interiors

Mahoney Architects & Interiors

A pretty antique sideboard can become a vanity when a hole is cut in the top and a sink is dropped in.

Rustic Bathroom by Lucid Interior Design Inc.

Lucid Interior Design Inc.

This truly inventive vanity is created from an old desk. The drawers make perfect storage for toiletries and necessities.

Farmhouse Bathroom by Robert kiejdan

Robert kiejdan

A table with a deep apron makes a perfect vanity that can hide the plumbing for a drop-in sink.

Mediterranean Powder Room by Terrie Hall

Terrie Hall

A petite table topped with a vessel sink makes a great vanity for a powder room.

Eclectic Bathroom by Lea Bassani Design

Lea Bassani Design

Traditional lines can be made contemporary with a metallic finish.

Traditional Bathroom by Andrea May Hunter/Gatherer

Andrea May Hunter/Gatherer

A stone top and backsplash can be added to a piece to give it a more traditional bathroom feel.

Transitional Bathroom by Beth Dotolo, ASID, RID, NCIDQ

Beth Dotolo, ASID, RID, NCIDQ

A piece with clean lines creates a sophisticated feeling in a bath, especially when set against a pretty wallpaper such as this largescale damask motif.

Eclectic Bathroom by ARCHIA HOMES


Paint a small scale farm table a pretty color for added interest.

Traditional Bathroom by Julie Murray

Julie Murray

An antique sideboard is topped with marble and fitted with two sinks to create a unique double vanity.

Eclectic Bathroom narrow bath, double sinks, antique table vanity, frosted glass, french doors

An old farm table can be a unique vanity when topped with contemporary vessel sinks.

Traditional Bathroom by donna reyne jenkins

donna reyne jenkins

A pretty blue vintage chest is topped with a vessel sink to create a unique cottage-style vanity. Baskets underneath increase storage.

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