Asked on Mar 20, 2012

I have an antique sink I want to put in my bathroom. (wall mounted) Any low income ideas for vanity cabinets?

Ltt834476Susan BechampHamtil Construction LLC
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  • Burco Surface & Decor LLC.
    on Mar 20, 2012

    do you have a sink or are you looking for a sink? im confused?

  • Rachel Z
    on Mar 20, 2012

    oops...I meant vanity cabinets....

  • Debi E
    on Mar 20, 2012

    Does it have a pedastal? If not how about an old dresser cut out and place the sink in there

  • Just Fine Tables
    on Mar 20, 2012

    Yes. See if you can find an old Sewing Machine Base (that's with a wood top) and use it. It is OK to make flush with your wall.

  • Vince M
    on Mar 20, 2012

    why dont you just build a cabinet, one sheet of 3/4 ply and a box of screws maybey $40, or home depot normanly has cheap vanity cabinets

  • Jane L
    on Mar 20, 2012

    A couple of things, you can go to second hand stores/antique and look for an old buffet or credenza, that's what I did. I ended up paying $180.00 for one, cut out a hole in the top and dropped a sink. You can also go on Ana-white.com and she has FREE plans for all types of furniture, you can make it look anyway you want. I'm assuming you just want to drop a sink?

  • Rachel Z
    on Mar 20, 2012

    Oh wow...thanks for all the replies!

  • Terri J
    on Mar 20, 2012

    Other places you can look are something along the lines of Just Cabinets, premade, you have to assemble, Craigs List or "freecycle", a Resource" Shippenville (have one in York, PA). I have a double vanity in my basement left over from building house. You get it for $75.00 and it's made by Aristocraft.

  • Burco Surface & Decor LLC.
    on Mar 20, 2012

    Get an old tin bucket, cut out a drain hole, under mount it & call it a rustic look!

  • Almost any small antique table of even an actual vanity with a mirror, from a bedroom set. The sink will no longer have to be mounted to the wall.

  • Carol M
    on Mar 20, 2012

    We used a salvaged wall mount sink in our bathroom renovation. I had my heart set on an in-wall medicine cabinet to go above it and found one at a salvage store in a nearby town.

    q i have an antique sink i want to put in my bathroom wall mounted any low income, bathroom ideas, home decor, kitchen cabinets
  • Nancy L
    on Mar 20, 2012

    Build one out a a pallet!

  • E. H
    on Mar 21, 2012

    Just bought a buffet table from an antique store today for that same idea! I am freaking out about cutting into this beautiful thing, any tips?? Never done this before. How much space underneath did you loose?

  • Patricia Mayne
    on Mar 21, 2012

    Check out the Habitat for Humanity Restore store in Atlanta - they usually have a good selection of new, slightly damaged and salvaged from renovated homes. We've had good luck finding pieces there for our home. http://www.atlantahabitat.org/restore

  • Kelly S
    on Mar 21, 2012

    I wanted the look of an old dresser, but coudn't find one that fit so I bought a new vanity/sink from Home Decorators with the furniture look. Write down your measurements before you go antique/reuse shopping. A demilune table might also work.

  • Hamtil Construction LLC
    on Mar 22, 2012

    Check around for building material salvage places in your area, including Habitat for Humanity ReStore, and second hand stores. You might find a cool old piece that can be modified for cheap.

  • Susan Bechamp
    on Aug 16, 2015

    Check out yard sales and tag sale, flea markets and second hand stores. Be creative about what works. A second hand work bench could be reborn as a vanity with a fresh coat of paint and a new counter top. (Remnants from builders leftovers). Mount a peg board above the work bench with a mirror over the sink and tool caddies to hold toiletries above the drawers. Want something smaller? Think sewing machine cabinet.

  • Ltt834476
    on Sep 16, 2015

    I found a larger/ taller end table on clearance and added a vessel sink to the top. Came out beautiful.

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