Rustic Bathroom Vanities

DISCLOSURE: I WORKED WITH RUSTOLEUM, LIBERTY HARDWARE AND AMERICAN STANDARD TO BRING YOU THIS FREE PROJECT PLAN.  ALL OPINIONS EXPRESSED ARE MY OWN.

Do you need rustic bathroom vanities for your home?  You can DIY your own bathroom vanities and save a ton of money!  We built these from just common whitewood boards!

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It was difficult to find that perfect bathroom vanities for our master bath – especially since I needed a custom depth and wanted a top mount farmhouse sink.  And, of course, I wanted solid wood vanities.  After much shopping around, and even buying a vanity, installing it, and taking it out, I knew I had to build my own.

I spent about $150 a vanity (including the sink) to build. These ones are a little more complicated, because there are so many pieces (that is what makes them beautiful) but well worth the effort!

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I customized the top two drawers so they fit around the plumbing.  This gave me so much more storage, and I love the compartments – the longer one is perfect for a curling iron, the smaller ones great for hair ties or even cosmetics.

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The hardware was a big deal on this piece!  The pulls are Liberty Hardware Soft Industrial Cup Pulls.  I seriously went from thinking maybe this project is a mistake to maybe this project is my favorite ever after adding the pulls.

The faucet was also a big deal.  It is the American Standard Serin.  This thing is beautiful.  American Standard is a great product for DIYers because you don’t have to be a master plumber to hook it up – our faucets came with all the supplies and pieces and even a wrench for tightening.  I find it more cost effective to buy a high quality faucet like this, than a cheapo one, and pay a plumber to hook it up and make a zillion trips back to the hardware store for parts and pieces.

The stain is Varathane Dark Walnut –

It’s a true dark brown, very neutrel in tone.  I’m loving it right now!

The plans follow, but I do want to warn you, this is NOT a beginner project, so please don’t tackle as a first project.  But it’s not difficult, just alot of pieces and a need for precision when cutting and assembling.

Enjoy and please share if you build!

XO Ana

 

PS – Check out our completed Master Bath Tour + Sources here!

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