Okay, you got me, this technically isn't a vanity, but it was the best angle to show a 'before' shot. Top it off with some fun, blue-green paint and new knobs and they have a total transformation.I noticed something all these vanities had in common. I hope this proves that just because your bathroom has an out-dated vanity, you don't have to live with it.Of course, the latter-mentioned group of people could just hire someone to renovate their homes for them, but then that comes with messy and costly renovations.Anyone who has done a major renovation can attest to the unexpected costs and immense mess that it creates.How can we update our homes while bypassing major renovations?
While a new bathroom adds value to a home, updating individual elements is another way of adding the freshness of a new room to your home.
Stop by Batchelor's Way and read about the steps they took to create their masterpiece.
Domestic Imperfection happens to be one of my favorite reads. The DIY concrete countertop, the tile wall, and vessel sinks. And last, but definitely not least, the adorable makeover from Lively Green Door.
Keep in mind the look you are trying to achieve before moving to the next step.
Frame the mirror using solid wood or a frame painted in a bold color.