2.13.2011

This Week's Ideabook on Houzz - Using Furniture as Bathroom Vanities~

Trash or Treasure eclectic bathroom


I have always been intrigued with the idea of using a beautiful old piece of furniture as a bathroom vanity. This week on Houzz I've shared a collection of inspiring bathroom vanities all created from furniture pieces...some old, some new, all unique. Bye bye builder grade bathroom!

To read the whole ideabook click here.

9 comments:

Tuire said...

Happy Valentines! Thank you for the best Valentine card-idea. I just posted my version of it and linked your blogg. Lovely bathroom!

Jenn @ Adventures of 18th Place said...

My mom did that in her bathroom, I will try to find a picture of it, or take a new one! The piece is amazing, however I do not care for the actualy faucet she chose.... ohwell.

Janell @ Isabella and Max said...

This is a look that adds so much character to a bathroom, off to check out your Ideabook....Janell

Crystal @ Ordinary Days said...

That sure did make the bathroom more interesting. It's sometimes hard to think out of the box. Thanks for sharing!
~Crystal

Kasey said...

I love it! Thanks for the inspiration.

Chandeen said...

That is great! I just bought a new bathroom vanity that has a furniture look, but to actually use an old desk, genius.

Matt Braham said...

My wife and I looked into doing something like this in our bathroom but we couldn't find a great looking desk. We searched high and low but we also had some time constraints seeing that our only bathroom was somewhat out of commission until we got a vanity. In the end we bought one that we like but I still wonder what if......

Great post!

Cheers,
Matt
www.mychicshanty.com

Emily said...

We have re-done all 3 of our tiny bathrooms in our house. I so wish I had thought to do something like this, but alas, it wasn't anything I'd even seen until after we finished the last one. domesticdeadline.blogspot.com

Fiona said...

I have just recently renovated my bathroom and used a beautiful old french cupboard as my vanity - I removed the top and replaced it with ceasarstone and then a basin on top. Such a great idea and way cheaper than the ugly modern vanities that are popular now.