Diy 48 inch bathroom vanity

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A Custom Vanity with Lots of Storage!

I was contacted by a reader who really liked the custom vanity designed for the Rebel house but the reader asked that the vanity be longer, with more drawers. These free DIY woodworking plans to build 48″ bath vanity were based on the custom vanity i built but feature six drawers instead of three, and two doors. This vanity is also designed to be on the tall side.


Note: Before constructing this vanity, make sure it will fit around the plumbing lines and pipe without interference! We had to cut a notch in the divider to allow for the cold water line which therefore shortened the upper drawer. It wasn’t that big of a deal to make such alterations but had I paid attention to the location of the plumbing beforehand, this could have been avoided! The same will apply to the adjustable shelf!

Also, to maintain the consistency of the wood species, we cut all of the pieces out of plywood and used edge banding on the exposed edges. The drawers can be cut out of cabinet grade plywood, which is a little cheaper than oak or birch. This makes the project very economical and reduces the amount of waste.


  • 1″ pocket hole screws
  • 1-1/4″ pocket hole screws
  • 6 sets of 18″ drawer slides
  • Edge banding, if desired (<– affiliate link!)
  • 8 cabinet pulls
  • 2 sets of hinges
  • Finishing supplies


  • Half sheet of 1/2″ plywood
  • 1 sheet of 3/4″ cabinet grade plywood
  • 2 sheets of 3/4″ plywood

Cut List:

  • 2 – 3/4″ plywood at 20-1/2″ x 32-1/4″ – Sides
  • 1 – 3/4″ plywood at 20-1/2″ x 46-1/2″ – Bottom
  • 1 – 3/4″ plywood at 4″ x 46-1/2″ – Kickplate
  • 2 – 3/4″ plywood at 20-1/2″ x 27-1/2″ – Dividers
  • 2 – 3/4″ plywood at 2-1/2″ x 46-1/2″ – Upper Stretchers
  • 6 – 3/4″ plywood at 1-1/2″ x 9-3/4″ – Drawer Stretchers
  • 1 – 3/4″ plywood at 20-1/2″ x 25-3/8″ – Shelf
  • 4 – 3/4″ plywood at 2-1/2″ x 7-15/16″ – Door Rails
  • 4 – 3/4″ plywood at 2-1/2″ x 25-1/2″ – Door Stiles
  • 2 – 1/2″ plywood at 7-15/16″ x 20-1/2″ – Door Panels
  • 6 – 3/4″ plywood at 7-1/4″ x 16-1/2″ – Drawer Bottoms
  • 12 – 3/4″ plywood at 5-1/2″ x 16-1/2″ – Drawer Sides
  • 12 – 3/4″ plywood at 5-1/2″ x 8-3/4″ – Drawer Front & Back
  • 12 – 3/4″ plywood at 1-1/2″ x 7-1/4″ – Drawer Front Rails
  • 4 – 3/4″ plywood at 1-1/2″ x 8″ – Upper Drawer Front Stiles
  • 8 – 3/4″ plywood at 1-1/2″ x 8-1/2″ – Drawer Front Stiles
  • 2 – 1/2″ plywood at 5″ x 7-1/4″ – Upper Drawer Front Panel
  • 4 – 1/2″ plywood at 5-1/2″ x 7-1/4″ – Drawer Front Panels


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Step One

Edge banding will be applied to the exposed edges of the plywood prior to assembly!

Cut the pieces for the sides. Cut the notch for the kickplate using a jigsaw.


Step Two

Cut the piece for the bottom and drill pocket holes at each end. Attach to the sides just above the horizontal line for the kickplate using glue and 1-1/4″ pocket hole screws.


Step Three

Cut the piece for the kickplate and drill pocket holes at each end. Secure as shown using glue and 1-1/4″ pocket hole screws.

Vanity-Kick Plate

Step Four

Cut the piece for the divider. Cut the notches as shown using a jigsaw. Drill pocket holes in the lower edge.  Secure the divider to the bottom as shown using glue and 1-1/4″ pocket hole screws.

Vanity-Dividers 1

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Step Five

Cut the pieces for the upper stretchers. Drill pocket holes in each end as well as one pocket hole as shown to secure the divider. Position as shown, then secure to the sides and the divider using glue and 1-1/4″ pocket hole screws.

Vanity-Upper FB Stretchers

Step Six

Cut the pieces for the stretchers and drill pocket holes in each end. Position at the center of the dividers and attach using glue and 1-1/4″ pocket hole screws.

Vanity-Back Stretchers

Step Seven

Position the front stretchers as shown then secure using glue and 1-1/4″ pocket hole screws.

Vanity-Front Stretchers

Step Eight

Cut the piece for the shelf and drill pocket holes in each side edge. Attach to the dividers using glue and 1-1/4″ pocket hole screws.


Step Nine

Cut the pieces for the drawers. Drill pocket holes in each end of the side pieces as well as all four edges of the bottom. Assemble as shown using glue and 1-1/4″ pocket hole screws.

Install the drawer slides according to the manufacturer’s instructions. For an easy tutorial, click here. Make any necessary adjustments, then install the drawer boxes.

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Step Ten

Cut the pieces for the drawer fronts. Drill pocket holes as shown. Attach the rails to the center panels using glue and 1″ pocket hole screws. The back face of the panel will be flush with the back face of the rails. Attach the stiles to the assembly using glue and 1-1/4″ pocket hole screws through the rails and 1″ pocket hole screws through the panel. Locate and drill holes for the cabinet pull. The drawer fronts will overlap the opening by 1/4″ on all sides. Drive screws through the holes drilled for the cabinet pull into the drawer box. Open the drawer, then secure the front from the inside of the box. For an easy tutorial, click here.

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Vanity-Drawer Fronts 2

Step Eleven

Cut the pieces for the door and assemble in the same manner as the drawer fronts. Attach the hinges according to the manufacturer’s instructions.

Vanity-Doors 1

Vanity-Doors 2

Finish as desired!

The DIY woodworking plans to build a 48″ bath vanity are easily customizable to fit your needs and can be constructed from any species of lumber. The plans are also suitable to use as a cabinet or media stand – just add a top and a back! Contact me at cher {at} designsbystudioc {dot} com if you have any questions!

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DIY is such a rewarding hobby, and much of the time, it can also save you a lot of money since you can build something yourself for much less than it would cost to buy it from a store.

For anyone who wants to build a bathroom vanity, we’ve scoured the internet to see what other people have been doing – and as a result, here are our favorite 27 homemade bathroom vanity plans you can DIY easily.

1. DIY Bathroom Vanity from Shanyt2Chic

DIY Bathroom Vanity from Shanyt2Chic

Here’s a site we like a lot because their projects match our idea of what DIY should really be – where you take stuff you might already have at home or items that don’t cost a lot to buy and turn them into something useful and attractive. That’s just what they do here, and with this plan, you’ll learn how to make a simple bathroom vanity that won’t cost you a fortune. A great place to start if you’re looking for ideas and inspiration.

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2. How to Build a DIY Bathroom Vanity from Scratch

How to Build a DIY Bathroom Vanity from Scratch

This is another site we enjoy visiting for DIY plans, and here, blogger Serena shows you how to make a bathroom vanity from scratch. We love the tone and the humor of this blog, and the instructions are also clear and easy to follow. There are some useful photos to show you what you should be doing at each step along with a picture of the final result – and it’s stunning!

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3. DIY Reclaimed Lumber Bath Vanity

If you want to build a rustic-style vanity without having to spend loads of money on the project, this video is one you need to watch. In it, this YouTuber shows you how he made a DIY vanity using reclaimed lumber. As he explains, he is not a professional woodworker, just a keen hobbyist. But if he can produce results like this, then so can you. And that should be a thought that inspires you to give it a go.

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4. DIY Bathroom Vanity for $65

DIY Bathroom Vanity for $65

Even if you want to save yourself money by building your own vanity instead of buying one from a store, it’s unreasonable to expect it to cost nothing – however, if you compare a mere $65 with what you would have to pay for a ready-made one, this is a plan that is still extremely budget-friendly. Interested in finding out how? Then go check it out!

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5. How to Make a Dresser into a Vanity

How to Make a Dresser into a Vanity

If you want a new vanity, you don’t have to build it from nothing. You can also convert another piece of furniture to save you some time, and if you want to know how to make a vanity from an old dresser, this is a plan that explains how. As you can see, even if you have an ugly, old-fashioned dresser, you can still turn it into a beautiful modern bathroom vanity. And that’s much better than just throwing it out!

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6. DIY Bathroom Vanity (48”)

With this plan, you’ll need to invest a little more at the beginning – the DIYer expects this will cost you around $200 to build. However, when compared to some of the vanities you might see in a showroom, that’s still a reasonable price. And as you’ll see, this large bathroom vanity is gorgeous, so we think it’s well worth spending the cash.


7. Ikea Hack: How to Build a Small DIY Bathroom Vanity

Ikea Hack How to Build a Small DIY Bathroom Vanity

If you have a look online nowadays, there are quite a few Ikea hacks out there, guides to converting worn out Ikea furniture into something new and functional. That way, you can give old objects a second life while saving yourself some money buying new furniture. And of course, there’s the sense of achievement you get from completing a rewarding DIY project. This is a hack for building a small bathroom vanity, and if that’s what you need, this is a plan that’s well worth a look.

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8. DIY Bathroom Vanity with Bottom Drawers

DIY Bathroom Vanity with Bottom Drawers

Here we have another DIY bathroom vanity project that is designed to save you money. As this blogger explains, refitting a bathroom can be extremely expensive, and not everyone has the budget for a complete makeover, However, if you follow this plan, you can build the vanity for less, leaving you a bit of extra cash to spend on other aspects of your redesign.

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9. DIY Traditional Vanity Cabinet Build

For anyone looking for a plan that shows you how to remodel a whole bathroom, this video is worth checking out. This part is about how they made the vanity, but if you like their work, you can also check out the other videos on their channel that show the rest of the project. Another recommended watch.

10. Small Size, Big Style DIY Bathroom Vanity

Small Size, Big Style DIY Bathroom Vanity

Just the title of this project makes it sound like something many people will be interested in trying. So many of us don’t have the big bathroom of our dreams, and we have to make the most of limited space. If that sounds like something you can relate to and you want to build a beautiful vanity for a smaller bathroom, this could be the plan for you.

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11. DIY Make a Wood Bathroom Vanity

DIY Make a Wood Bathroom Vanity

The first thing that stands out on this page is the photo of the vanity you’re going to build. If you didn’t know it was a DIY effort, you would never guess – it looks so professional. Some DIY projects look so…well, so DIY, but not this one. So if you want a high-quality addition to your bathroom that you can build with your own two hands, this plan is for you.

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12. How to Make a Wall-Mounted Bathroom Vanity

This is a video that shows you how to build a wall-mounted vanity. Again, not everyone has as much space as they’d like, and if you need something compact that will help you make the most of a smaller bathroom, this DIYer will give you some ideas on how to do it.


13. Make a Floating Bathroom Vanity

Make a Floating Bathroom Vanity

If you liked the classy vanity in #11, you should also check this plan out because it’s written by the same people. Again, it looks totally pro, and visitors would never believe you’d build it yourself. This time it’s a floating vanity, which is ideal when space is at a premium. If that sounds like your home, this is an idea you need to see.

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14. How to Build a DIY Modern Floating Vanity or TV Console – by Shara

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This is a versatile plan that can be adapted to make either a floating bathroom vanity or a place to put your TV. Since it’s a more general plan, you might need to adapt it a little – but it’s definitely one that should give you a few ideas about the kind of thing that’s possible.

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15. DIY Bathroom Vanity

Let’s start by saying we think this video is a bit of a cheat since – as he admits right at the beginning – he didn’t DIY it at all; he had his contractor build it for him. That aside, the vanity he had built is stunning, and this is a video that should be a source of inspiration at the very least.


16. DIY Bathroom Vanity – by Shara

DIY Bathroom Vanity – by Shara

Here’s another plan by Shara. In fact, we’ve included three of her plans – check out #17 below, too – but that’s because she’s a talented DIYer with lots of great ideas, so why not? The vanity she builds here is a large rustic-style model that we love – and if that’s the look you like, this is a plan you might enjoy.

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17. Faux Drawer DIY Double Bathroom Vanity – also by Shara

Faux Drawer DIY Double Bathroom Vanity – also by Shara

Shara’s third plan in our list shows you how to build a double bathroom vanity with faux drawers. It looks fantastic, and as with her other plans, there are good instructions and plenty of photos to show you what you’re supposed to be doing. Great job Shara, we’re fans!

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18. How to build a Small Bathroom Vanity DIY

This is a fun video that shows you how to build a small bathroom vanity from rustic hickory, an especially attractive wood to work with. As he explains, this is not a complicated project, making it a good option for anyone who doesn’t necessarily have the most advanced DIY skills. This means even DIY novices will be able to finish the job in only a day or two. Want to try? Then give it a watch!


19. Vintage Dresser to Bathroom Vanity

Vintage Dresser to Bathroom Vanity

The vanity in this plan is one of our favorites. We love the vintage style, and the color scheme in the bathroom is adorable. This is another plan for a conversion, so if you want to make good use of an old, worn-out dresser, this plan will show you what to do.

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20. How to build a bathroom vanity

We’re not quite sure what to make of this since the choice of music seems a bit…unconventional. However, we always love watching these time-lapse videos of people working on their DIY projects because it’s so much fun to see everything start to take shape. Check it out and decide for yourself!


21. DIY Floating Bathroom Vanity

DIY Floating Bathroom Vanity

This is a simple plan for a floating vanity that’s easy to follow and shouldn’t cost you too much. You’ll find a list of everything you need for the project along with clear instructions for what you need to do. The photos should give you plenty of inspiration, too.

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22. Rimu Veneered floating vanity

Here’s a video of a professional at work, so you might not have all the same tools as him at your disposal. However, we still think it’s worth watching since you can pick up a lot of tips about improving your woodworking skills, and it should also give you a few ideas about the kinds of things you can achieve.


23. Small Bathroom Vanity

Small Bathroom Vanity

With this plan, you can make a small, uncomplicated vanity that will look great in your bathroom if you’re short on space. There are plenty of explanations concerning the steps you should be following, and there are also lots of photos to show you what you need to do at each stage of the project.

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24. 48″ Turned Leg Vanity

48 Turned Leg Vanity

If you do have space, on the other hand, you can look at plans for larger bathroom vanities, and if you’re fortunate enough to be in that position, this farmhouse-style option could be one that’s worth considering. We especially like the clear photos and diagrams that show you exactly how to work out the measurements. A well-written plan that most people will find useful.

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25. DIY Modern Bathroom Vanity

This is a simple video that is light on instructions but that rather just demonstrates what needs to be done. Again, the end result is highly professional, so if you want to have a go at something that will be sure to impress your guests, this could be another one that’s worth trying.


26. How to Build a DIY Vanity for Less

How to Build a DIY Vanity for Less

There are lots of reasons why people build DIY furniture. Some enjoy the process while for others it’s the satisfaction of the finished project – but for many, the fact that it allows you to save some money comes high on the list. If that’s something you can relate to, this budget-friendly DIY vanity could be the kind of thing that will appeal.

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27. Building TWO Vanities for half the price of buying JUST ONE

In the final video we found, this YouTuber explains how he built these two vanities for a fraction of the price he would have paid buying jus one ready-made – and the quality is also way better than store-bought furniture. In fact, there are only advantages and no disadvantages, so why wouldn’t you want to try?

So much inspiration to be found

We always love looking for DIY plans like this because the creativity and inventiveness on display never fail to inspire us to have a go ourselves.

We hope you’ve enjoyed these plans as much as we enjoyed finding them for you, and above all, we hope you’ve found the inspiration you need for your next DIY project.

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48in Bathroom Vanity

This 48 inch wide vanity was built for the master bathroom in the house we are flipping. The cabinet is made from pre-primed Purebond plywood and the drawer boxes from pre-finished Purebond plywood for that beautiful factory finish. I love working with this stuff because it not only looks great but it makes me feel better knowing that it’s formaldehyde-free and all sourced and manufactured in North America. I wouldn’t consider this project to be a cost saving project as it was still about $600 (not including the top, sink and faucet). However, I used better materials then an “off the shelf” version and it’s built to the exact dimensions that I wanted so I am happy with the investment that I made.

The granite was sourced from a local granite yard where they had some remnants laying around. They were able to cut and polish the edges and sink hole. They also installed the Studio Sink from American Standard which has a nice deep rectangular bowl. Then they came and installed the countertop after the vanity was secured. Finally, we had our plumber run all the plumbing and connect the sink and faucet. This is something we could have done but he was already doing all the plumbing for the entire house so we let him finish it off.

If you are not familiar with the house we are flipping then make sure you check out the Our First Flip section of the site for all the projects we’ve been working on related to it. This vanity is one of the many that will be coming out in the coming weeks.

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Make sure to note where your plumbing is located. If it coms out of the floor like mine did you will have to modify the depth of you bottom drawers so the plumbing can be run behind one or both.

When it comes to installing your vanity every situation will be different but the vanity should be leveled from front to back and side to side. Shim as required and then secure the back of the vanity into the wall studs with appropriately sized screws. Once that is done the top and sink can be installed. Then the plumbing and faucet can be finished.

Questions? Comments?

As always, if you have any questions don’t hesitate to comment below and especially don’t forget to post pictures of your finished products in the comments! ENJOY!

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26 Free Plans to Build a DIY Bathroom Vanity from Scratch

Repurposing or remodeling is always the most safer and loved option when it comes to revamping the home decor! We have used so many “Res’ ” in this line because after exploring through our impressive and free DIY bathroom vanity plans, you are sure as hell going to revisit your bath vanities! All of these 26 DIY bathroom vanity plans and ideas are going to trigger the DIYer and crafty spirit inside you.

Our collection of these DIY bath vanity ideas are ranging from rustic appeals to farmhouse-inspired exquisite outlooks! Transform your old dressers and antique boxes into vintage and rustic, stately looking bathroom vanities. If you wish, you can add some new hardware to spruce up the entire look or easily remodel the whole thing using some lively and bold paints! From double sinks to single unique vessels, we have got bathroom vanity ideas for each decor taste. From instant upgrades to building from scratch, you can find perfect and totally enchanting bathroom vanity ideas below!

Free Plans to Build a DIY Bathroom Vanity from Scratch

Everybody knows the problem with pre-fabricated and off the shelf vanities, some are too sleek to leave a lot of empty space, and some are just too big to fit in. What to do in this time of bath vanity crisis? Loosen your DIY spirit, the tools of creativity, and get crafty with your own designs and then only imagination is the limit! Our DIY bathroom vanity ideas are going to bring some uber-rich in texture, and design appeals to your bathroom decor. Buckle up, if you have been procrastinating a bath vanity project so far, our ideas are darn inspiring! And soon you will be flaunting around with your own DIY bathroom vanity project!

Build Your Own Bathroom Vanity:

Build Your Own Bathroom Vanity

A lumber base with herringbone design inspired bathroom vanity is going to bring a vintage sound appeal to your bathroom decor. If you are looking for a design to start building from scratch and fitting in the mirror with no extra over effects, this could be it. woodshopdiaries

Rustic Bathroom Vanity:

How to Make a Rustic Bathroom Vanity

Inspired by minimalism and rustic appeal, this DIY bathroom idea is the perfect portrayal of everything perfectly in place. Create a contemporary, sophisticated look with these stained pine constructed boards combined with a surface-mount sink. buildsomething

Small Master Bathroom Vanity:

Small Master Bathroom Vanity

Give the smaller space a customized, larger storage vanity! With the vintage touch to brighten up the little corner even more. This DIY maple and plywood vanity base offers ample space for bathroom storage and is doing so with style in check. shadesofbluein

Build a Bathroom Vanity For $65:

Build a Bathroom Vanity For 65

This one is going to be a major hit as it comes under the smart makeover by staying in the budget! And still ending up making something totally catchy and appealing in just $65. If you have a thing for faux drawers, make this your classy faux drawer door vanity decor! angelamariemade

Vintage Bathroom Vanity:

DIY a Vintage Vanity

If you are looking for an instant vanity upgrade, check out this great deal of vintage-inspired vanity update by apairandasparediy.  With a minimalistic surface-mounted sink. This here is a perfect combination for the mixture of both new and old.

Turn Reclaimed Cabinet into Bathroom Vanity:

Turn Reclaimed Cabinet into Vanity

Usually, the wonders start at home for a bathroom vanity decor or upgrade. If you too have an old or antique piece of a cabinet or reclaimed cabinet lying around somewhere in your storage in or closet! It is time to transform it into your sensational bathroom vanity cabinet. threescoopsoflove

Do you want to organize your toilet paper in a unique and creative way? then must try a simple DIY toilet paper holder to decorate your bathroom at no cost.

Floating Wood Vanity:

How to Make Floating Wood Vanity

The visual and literal representation of little but genuinely mighty! This floating wood DIY bathroom vanity is going to bring a rustic and minimalistic appeal to your bathroom at the same time. If you have limited space available, this DIY floating wood vanity is going to fit in just right. infarrantlycreative

We’ve also published a post on custom mirrors so if you want to design your own mirror then you must try these DIY Driftwood Mirror Ideas. All these mirrors are unique and made from recycled driftwood!

Build Gray Bath Vanity:

Simple to Build Gray Bath Vanity

Check out this easy to clean and wipe down bathroom vanity with two large cabinet doors, two drawers, and an open storage area. Combined with the standard off the shelf vanity top! Get the full free plan from Ana White and gear up your bathroom vanity decor game.

Bathroom Vanity From A Desk:

DIY Bathroom Vanity From A Desk

Spruce up your bathroom vanity game with this repurposed desk! Brighten up the whole thing with some lively paint and easily convert an old desk to trendy and elegant bathroom vanity. Create your own exclusive bathroom vanity from home depot, with step by step guide.

Learn to update your own look after space for yourself with 55 unique and easy to build DIY makeup vanity ideas. Includes vanity material list, tool list and step by step directions you can follow to DIY a vanity.

Open Shelf Bathroom Vanity:

DIY Open Shelf Bathroom Vanity

Keep clutter off the vanity shelf with this DIY open shelf vanity! Make a sturdy and storage enriched bathroom vanity to add an appealing and at the same time quite handy look to your bathroom decor. Get the pretty easily do-able plan by h2obungalow.

Bathroom Vanity from Dresser:

DIY Bathroom Vanity from Dresser

Remodeling is the most inexpensive and fun way to upgrade your decor. It’s so fulfilling when you see an old thing transformed into something totally new and classy at the end. This DIY bathroom vanity is made using a dresser with plenty of storage and customization options. anoregoncottage

How to Make Rustic Vanity:

DIY Rustic Bathroom Vanity

Check out this super rustic and utterly sophisticated DIY bathroom vanity! You can get this brass faucet, vessel sink, and brass drain straight away from amazon. Another pro-tip; While staining the wood, use a rag, wet the wood, stain it, and then wipe the wood clean. avantimorocha

Bathroom Vanity From Scratch:

How to Build a Vanity From Scratch

Most of the time, it is just so hard finding the right bathroom vanity as per your requirements! To remedy that, make your own bathroom vanity with thrift diving. The first step is to get rid of your old thing and start building a new one. thriftdiving

DIY Butcher Block Vanity:

DIY Butcher Block Bathroom Vanity

If you have the same mantra as Traci here while buying or building something, “Save time and save money,” you are going to adore this DIY bathroom vanity. Check out this butcher block turned into this cool bathroom vanity sensation. beneathmyheart

Vanity Out of an Old Dresser:

DIY Vanity Out of an Old Dresser

Repurpose your old dresser into this spacious storage enriched bathroom vanity! You can start by picking up an old dresser and initiate operation remodeling by using fiber and strand boards. Along with scrap wood pieces, sandpaper, countertop, faucet, sink, and wood screws. instructables

Farmhouse Bathroom Vanity:

How to Build a Farmhouse Bathroom Vanity

By using pure bond plywood and some major inspiration from the farmhouse design genre, you can spruce up the vanity for your bathroom. With a drop-in sink and faucet doors, this whole look is all so sensational. Multiplied by the dark black appeal. shanty-2-chic

You can organize your bathroom using these easy to build DIY Towel Rack Ideas. All these towel racks are creative and built from recycled material, wood, PVC pipe, and handy materials.

DIY Cherry Bath Vanity – 60 inch:

Build Cherry Bath Vanity 60 inch

So much storage with just so much style! Time to spice things up in your bathroom vanity area. With two sinks, this cherry bath vanity is 60 inches, and it does complete justice by providing ample storage with all these drawer fronts and double doors. Get full details here. build something

48-Turned Leg Bathroom Vanity:

DIY 48 Turned Leg Bathroom Vanity

Another piece of charming home decor item from Ana White! We can bet, like us you are also drooling over the minimalism and style details of this turned leg DIY bathroom vanity! It is a classy farmhouse style vanity with turned legs and an open bottom shelf.

Build a Custom Bath Vanity:

Build a Custom Bath Vanity

The problem with market build and pre-fabricated bathroom vanities is that they are either too big or too small to fit your requirements. Plus, oh so pricey, too! Let’s remedy that, shall we? Build your own customized bathroom vanity with woodworking.

Small Bath Vanity With Storage:

DIY Small Bath Vanity With Storage

By using a simple sheet of plywood, you can make this uber classy bath vanity with ample storage and total vintage appeal. Get the full plan with step by step guide and illustrations from ana white and spice up your vanity decor.

Wood Vanity In The Master Bathroom:

Make a Wood Vanity In The Master Bathroom

If you have limited space available, you can still maximize the storage there with these two shelved DIY wood vanity. If you love open shelves, this design is a heart stealer. Put in some cool chic designed huge baskets, aroma candles, and you are set to flaunt your bathroom vanity. thespacebet

Double Bathroom Vanity:

Adorable DIY Double Bathroom Vanity

For a double bathroom place, this huge, luxurious in space and storage DIY bathroom vanity idea seems perfect to the core! These minimalistic and monochromatic drawers and front doors bathroom vanity is sure going to magically spruce up your bathroom decor! addicted 2 DIY

Build Your Own Bathroom Vanity:

Build Vintage Style Bathroom Vanity

Check out this vintage-inspired bathroom vanity with two pretty faux drawers as spacious cabinet doors. The lower open shelf for towels or other bathroom essentials safe keep is adding a breezy outlook altogether. build something

Vanity from An Old Dining Table:

DIY Bathroom Vanity from An Old Dining Table

Talk about some smart and instant upgrades! Get your hands on an old wooden dining table that has your heart stuck on its details and legs structure. Here, Lindsay from Makely home has gone with a farmhouse-inspired table. Get her majestic step by step guide by clicking on the link. Makely home

Vanity with Bekvam Kitchen Cart:

DIY Vanity with Bekvam Kitchen Cart

With DIY comes excellent ideas! Here’s your chance to ecstatically remodel your bathroom vanity with Ashley from The Handy Homegirl. Low on budget and high on stately appeal! Transform the Bekva Kitchen cart into a beautiful bathroom vanity. thehandyhomegirl

Build a Fence Board Bathroom Vanity:

Build a Fence Board Vanity

If you like a rustic look, you are going to love this fence board bathroom cabinet, undoubtedly. The unique vessel sink is giving it an extra aesthetically befitting outlook. An open shelf added for flaunting the towels or candle collection! Get full details here. martysmusings

Do you really want to save your money on your bathroom decoration? I know the answer is yes because everyone wants to save their money! So try to find some free or recycled wood around.

For this purpose, you should try to find free pallets and we have these bathroom projects made from pallets to build your own bathroom furniture.

Build a DIY Bathroom Vanity from Scratch


Bathroom vanity diy 48 inch

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Now discussing:

Proudly twisted her head. However, this did not prevent her from treating me. as with some maid - bring that. take it away. help me do that.

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