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I'm up to my ears trying to remodel a bathroom. I recently bought a sink vanity at a certain big box home improvement store without a top. I didn't like the ones they had, and no one was willing to help me, so I got mad and left. Now I have a topless vanity, and can't find a top to go on it.
I have a white marble - one piece sink abd counter top unit with the faucet attached for 70.00. I have never seen a porcelain top as one unit I usually make a counter top with granite or ceramic tiles, then add a porcelain sink. This marble unit came out of an old house. It is perfectly fine and works great.
Have you tried shopping at a Habitat ReStore? Some remodelers and retailers give building materials to them for use or sale. You might try calling 1st.
I have a white porcelain vanity top that has a sink built in. It is brand new american standard has 8" spacing for faucets. It would fit a 30" w X 24" deep vanity. Let me know if u are interested and I will post my e-mail. I'm in ma. as well
I was hoping you all could help me with a decision. I'm almost done with my first do-it-yourself bathroom makeover. I'm trying to create a 1920s to 30s looking bathroom. I added faux crown molding, stripped, and stained the wood trim a dark brown, and painted the walls a dark sage green.
I got a great deal on a claw foot tub at a salvage auction. The floor is a small circular white tile with a black design. All I need now is the bathroom vanity and I can't decide. I'm on a budget so I'm getting the bath vanity from Home Living at www.homelivingstyle.com
I need a double sink vanity, but I was also thinking of getting two single sinks. If anyone has any suggestions or tips I'd be happy to hear them. Thank you all in advance. I have no design style so this will really help.
By 5kids from Chicago, IL
Have you thought about two pedestal sinks instead. It would be more fitting for your 30's theme. Or refit a large deco piece of furniture like a dresser to "drop" the sinks in instead. It could even be a piece with a neglected finish that you sand very well and then paint with black Marine paint, for a durable finish. The room sounds great!