Rustic bathroom vanity – This elegant wooden vanity cabinet serves as a bridge between rustic and traditional design. Alder wood is rough distressed and hand cut. The use of contrasting color moldings and trim around the top and bottom create a vanity cabinet or elegant rustic wooden sophisticated.
In addition, you will notice the accents of hand forged metal at the corners and handles. The metal adds charm of rustic bathroom vanity. This unique vanity has three drawers and two doors for vanity cabinet are shown. We show this beautiful vanity, either with a container copper sink or a self rimming, hand – hammered copper sink. Any option will look stunning with this style toilet.
Our elegant wood cabinet vanity can be made any length, width, depth or height to suit your bathroom. If you need a matching clothes or medicine cabinet, no problem. Just measure your space and sent through the specifications. Woodland Creek Furniture specializes in custom-made vanities and bathroom cabinets. These style cabinets can also be converted into kitchen cabinets. Because this bathroom vanity is elegant, sophisticated and rustic to fit in many different decorations. Add rustic bathroom vanity elegance to an old traditional, urban world or Tuscan style home or refinement of a mountain cabin decor, lodge, ranch or.
Build a Rustic Bathroom Vanity with a Dresser
Rustic bathroom vanity – With wide selection of today sinks, simple its project to convert a toilet in a rustic bathroom vanity. Whether you select a new toilet or reuse an old one is entirely up to you. In any case, the installation process is the same. In order to comply with local building codes, have a licensed plumber install water pipes and drainage pipes for vanity. If the water and sewer lines are already in place, it is ready to start your project.
Build a rustic bathroom vanity with a dresser, Sand the surface dressing table with sandpaper fine grain. Mix one part of mineral spirit with two pieces of polyurethane to make a sealant. Use a natural bristle brush to apply sealant to the top of the dressing table to seal the wood. Allow the surface to dry for 24 hours. Cover the surface of the vanity with polyurethane or other impermeable sheeting of your choice.
Set the toilet in the place where you will place the sink. Remove dresser drawers to provide additional access to the back of the table. Locate the studs in the wall with a stud finder. Place the template for the ship Sink a hole on top of the dressing table. Connect the supply line to the cold water tap cold water. Run a bead of silicone sealant around the opening cut in the toilet for the ship to sink. Set the sink caulking. Clean cement pipe around the inside and outside of the apparatus during its sink with the applicator in the container tube cement P-trap. Open the water for the rustic bathroom vanity sink.