Reclaimed Wood Bathroom Vanity


I made this bathroom vanity out of reclaimed wood. I thought it was a perfect addition to the bathroom in my log house. I knew that I wanted something unique, and love the rustic qualities of this project. I constructed it using pocket holes made with my Kreg Jig.
I built a shelf behind the sink so that the taps would be elevated, otherwise I would have had to buy expensive taller taps.
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  • Pat4742678
    on Mar 1, 2016

    Hello!! I absolutely LOVE your vanity!! It's amazing!! I am looking for a very similar if not exact piece and I'm hitting a brick wall!! Every "carpenter" I ask if they could build me one, "it's very expensive". Everyone suggests I should just go to Lowes or Home Depot. I don't want the pieces they have. No one here at least where I live, Brick NJ gets what I want. Any information or advice you could offer me I would greatly appreciate! Thank you, Theresa.

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  • Mar198601
    on Feb 6, 2014

    Exactly what the upscale hotels have went to and they make no effort to hide pipes. Curtains or covers would cheapen up and ruin the beautiful workmanship.

  • Debora Brown
    on Feb 6, 2014

    what caught my eye was the quality and beauty of the wood.. it's perfect, love the sink as well, so stunning

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