Adding Wood Feet to a Bathroom Vanity

Our builder grade tract house bathroom was in a pitiful state. We needed an overhaul and quick. It was 10 years old and we had never done anything to it. Here is the before
Instead of tearing out the vanity and replacing it we decided to work with it. I wanted it to look more like furniture. So we came up with the plan of adding wood feet. It was very easy and cost around 30 dollars.
still too wide
We also had to add a quarter round to compensate for the difference in width and cut off some of the backside of the foot.
this did the trick
We used liquid nails to adhere them to the top and to the tile on the bottom. It was messy but there was no way around it. It made such a huge improvment. We also added the hardware and it looks like a whole new vanity. See the AFTER at

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  • Beth
    on Jan 14, 2019

    So you did not raise the vanity any, is that right? You just stuck the feet under the edge? It does look much better.

    • Janet
      on Aug 4, 2019

      It said adding height on the first page I clicked on but that can't be since they'd have to move the entire sink vanity and pipes inorder to add height. This would just be cosmetic.

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