How to take that small bathroom vanity space and make it usable for everyone in the house. In this article, it shows you how to make a nice double vanity without taking up all your space.
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The original vanity probably looks exactly like your bathroom vanity if you live in a tract home from the 90's or early 2000's. Golden oak with a cultured marble countertop. Although I loved the size, the boxy design had room for improvement.
Our bathroom is decent sized, but it's not large. Creating a cabinet that has legs and is open underneath will hopefully make the area seem more open. I think there is beauty in simplicity, so I gave my design large, smooth, flat panel doors. I originally thought I would go with all drawers instead, but decided I wanted the flexibility of a large open space under the sink. I can add pull-out shelves down the road if I like.
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