Antique Sideboard Buffet turned into Double Sink Vanity Traditional Bathroom, Portland
We purchased this antique sideboard buffet from craigslist and turned it into a double sink vanity. The three doors on the front made it perfect for a two sink vanity. The middle cupboard is all usable space and there is lots of storage in the other cupboards under the sinks. We put Travertine tile on top with the original sideboard wood backsplash. We added brass and crystal chandelier wall sconces, oval mirrors, Kohler white oval sinks and kept the Moen chrome vintage lever faucets we already had.
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An antique sideboard is topped with marble and fitted with two sinks to create a unique double vanity.
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The type of furniture you choose for your vanity will dictate the style of the space. For instance, repurpose an old painted washbasin or pine commode for a country look, versus an elaborate carved mahogany piece for a more sophisticated approach. This buffet was purchased on Craigslist and fitted with a travertine top and a pair of white porcelain sinks. The original curved backplate now serves as a decorative backsplash. The double plumbing is consolidated behind the middle panel, so there’s still ample storage.