Bathroom Vanity


Our house is stuck in the 1980's and we are trying the "DIY Way" for improvements...before and after photos. Hubby used chair rail molding to cover the router groove in original vanity doors. Painted vanity Sherwin Wms. "Devine White".
Router groove in 1980's vanity doors.
Router groove in 1980's vanity doors.
Chair rail applied to doors., Changed hinges and pulls, and painted.
Chair rail applied to doors., Changed hinges and pulls, and painted.

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  • Elk1863256
    on Feb 3, 2016

    Brilliant idea! What is 'chair rail'?

    • Kate Jones
      on Mar 19, 2016

      Known in the UK as a dado rail, this is usually a wooden strip fixed around the walls of a room at then height of the back of a chair to prevent chairs from damaging wall finished if pushed up against the wall.

    • Elk1863256
      on Mar 20, 2016

      Thanks - now I know. And the vanity looks fabulous!

  • Ellen Wesson
    on Mar 1, 2019

    I want to cover my counter top w/Cement . Can u please tell me how

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