Tips for a Bathroom vanity problem?

in our house we have an upstairs bathroom with a 60”x24” vanity bottom.. with tiled countertop ...we tore the countertop out to replace before we realized the bottom was (24”) deep /: .. ideas for installing the standard 22” top on this vanity? ( we’ve already purchased it and we want to save as much money as possible).. thanks

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  • Amanda Amanda on Jun 20, 2018
    Hello. Could you purchase a backsplash piece to fit against the wall? Or you could get a piece of wood to put between the wall and counter. You would stain it or paint it.

  • Thelma Thelma on Jun 20, 2018
    Install the 22" top as normal, then build in a shelf behind the top to fill the space and make a place for all the little things normally on a bathroom vanity. It will keep the small things handy and still look fancy.

  • Rob32328534 Rob32328534 on Jun 20, 2018
    You might be able to cut a piece of plywood to make up the two inches and fit it behind the new top, then piece in tile to match the new top. Be sure to account for thickness of the tile so it's level with the new top. Another option would be to cut along the sides and back of the vanity two inches to fit the top.

  • Johnavallance82 Johnavallance82 on Jun 20, 2018
    How about a wooden or Plastic trim nearest the mirror or back (could be painted to match in with decor or use Border Ceramic tiles (Mosaic) maybe! or Build up a shelf or recess to hold all your bottles and jars combs Brushes etc...........