Historic Whole House Renovation - Guest BathTraditional Bathroom, Atlanta
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13. Butcher’s block. The butcher’s block is a durable wooden surface that has become a sought-after domestic addition. While it’s most often seen in kitchens, here it has been transformed into a bathroom vanity, fitting neatly into a compact space. The sink has been installed on top of the table, and the plumbing is visible below. While there are no drawers or cupboards, there is still enough space for bathroom essentials.Tell us: Have you repurposed a piece of furniture as a bathroom vanity? Upload a picture to the Comments below.MoreVanities That Pack a Storage PunchBrowse more stylish bathroom vanities
The first floor has this full bathroom and a bedroom, which is convenient for visiting grandparents. The reconfigured bath also blends old and new. The homeowners scooped up the unique industrial cart–turned–vanity at Scott Antique Market. By the way, whenever I see a unique piece like this in any Atlanta room, more often than not it was plucked from this wonderful monthly market.