In this master bathroom, the double vanity is crafted from a warm oak that creates texture and depth similar to authentic reclaimed wood. The density and grain of the wood is more consistent than with vintage wood.
Tilted polished nickel mirrors hang over above-mounted bathroom sinks. An oval back chair sits at the vanity, making it the perfect spot to paint nails, put on makeup or do hair. Pale pink walls and a backsplash give the bathroom a romantic, feminine feel.
Designer Hilary Farr got rid of the outdated tile and replaced it with drywall painted a solid pastel blue, as seen on HGTV's Love It or List It. More workspace was added by installing a double sink, two mirrors and spacious updated cabinetry.
Inspired by how well the vintage vanity in the guest bathroom turned out, Brandon and Jen decided to repurpose a 1970s dresser as their master bathroom vanity. They kept the original green paint job so they just had to fit it for plumbing and add the sinks.