If a prefabricated vanity does not seem right for your bathroom, use your imagination and create a vanity dresser with mirror from the bottom that fits your style. Otherwise known as the cabinet underneath your bathroom sink, bathroom vanity is used to store a wide range of items. While considering an object to create your bathroom vanity, remember what your storage needs are and how to use your bathroom space.
For a more modern roof, add a bit of industrial style to your bathroom using a metal cabinet or two to create your bathroom vanity dresser with mirror. Pick up a large metal cabinet from a retail store or check out an old school merchandise to buy a pair of old card closets to create your bathroom storage space. If you prefer an open look, install open metal shelving in a style that fits your decor.
If you have an old dresser just about around the basement, convert it into a bathroom vanity dresser with mirror. Longer, short waist-high dressers tend to work best for a vanity conversion project so your vanity is the right height for use in the end. You can update an old chest of drawers that have seen better days at the shredding dresser, apply wood fill to any gouges and add a new coat of paint or stain. New hardware can also go a long way to make an older dresser look like a new vanity.