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Bathroom - rustic bathroom idea in Toronto with wood countertops

Trash or TreasureRustic Bathroom, Toronto

Photo by: Geoff Lackner

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dneal10 wrote:Dec 20, 2012
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    It is an old oak desk used as a vanity. The counter top is varnished oak. The sink is from Kohler.
John Brunelle wrote:Dec 12, 2012
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    A standard vanity is 20"-24" deep. If you have the space you could use the 33" desk but ensure you install the sink within a few inches from the front of the desk.
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      dramaticdesigns wrote:May 25, 2014

        What Houzz contributors are saying:

        rebeccalgross
        Rebecca Gross added this to You Can Turn That Into a Bathroom Vanity?Aug 16, 2016

        2. Antique bureau. An old desk is usually reserved for seated work. But adapted as a bathroom vanity, it aids in work of a different kind: the act of getting ready for the day or washing up before bed. The sturdy bureau looks right at home in this bathroom, and the drawers on each side leave room for the overmount sink and plumbing.

        susanmathison
        Susan Mathison added this to Vintage Vanities Bring Bygone Style to BathsApr 4, 2014

        The depth of a standard vanity ranges from 18 to 24 inches. While you may find an old dresser that is that deep, any size piece can actually be used, within the confines of your space. If you are repurposing a larger and deeper dresser or vintage desk, like the one pictured here, make sure that you place the sink close enough to the front edge to avoid excessive reaching. Setting the sink 3 to 4 inches from the front edge will prevent splashes onto the floor and allow easy access to the water.

        sam70
        Samantha Schoech added this to Uncover Your Junk's Hidden Decorating Potential — Scads of DIY IdeasMar 19, 2013

        An old teacher's desk also makes a lovely vanity. And here the drawer space can be saved, since the plumbing can fit in the middle.

        amuzzillo
        You & Yours Interiors added this to Creative Collector: Spot a Vintage-Furniture StealApr 14, 2012

        Some genius designer repurposed a 1900s oak banker's desk as a bathroom vanity. I'll say it again: genius. The desk probably had a rolltop that was either busted or wasn't used. These are some of the heaviest, most solid pieces known to collectors. It's a great example of someone thinking outside the box.

        lfrederick
        Lisa Frederick added this to Design 2012: Not Your Grandma's AntiquesDec 22, 2011

        An old office desk transformed into a vanity is a genius touch. The drawers provide extra storage for toiletries.

        wendyhydelifestyle
        The Shabby Nest added this to Turn a Favorite Piece of Furniture Into a VanityFeb 13, 2011

        This truly inventive vanity is created from an old desk. The drawers make perfect storage for toiletries and necessities.

        What Houzzers are commenting on:

        wheatenfool
        Wheatenfool Snow added this to Kids BathroomApr 18, 2019

        Too large but an example with a self rimming sink versus one on top.

        carrie_reinhardt50
        Carrie Adams added this to BedroomApr 9, 2019

        old windows frosted over--can we do this somewhere?

        fjaneal
        fjaneal added this to MTF 1/2 BathJan 26, 2019

        Consider antique desk in office for this use. It would need refinishing and work. Photos on my phone. Grandma's old desk is only glued at corners--not durable enough.

        flooringamerica_champaignil
        Kerri Hurd added this to Showroom DisplaysJan 10, 2019

        Feel of this room. brown wood, soft gray green, black iron window mullions

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