As seen on HGTV's Sarah's House, this family bathroom offers ample storage space thanks to a set of antique dressers converted into vanities. Topped with marble counters and timeless fixtures, the restored vanities blend seamlessly with new, custom-made mirrors.
The homeowner's grandmother's desk was repurposed into a sleek bathroom cabinet in this transitional bathroom. Updated fixtures and a vessel sink are the final modern touches that polish off the space, as seen on HGTV's House Hunters Renovation.
A stunning, repurposed antique vanity with a new marble top and backsplash wows in this sophisticated powder room. The mirror is a reproduction while the crystal sconces are vintage. A stone mosaic floor and subtle damask wallpaper conveys the classic, antique impression throughout the room.
This charming home is set up in a refurbished blacksmith shop and incorporates many of the space's original details. Here, one of the window frames is repurposed as a bathroom mirror; the vanity was built from the shop's bench.
The entire dressing room and wet room feature a porcelain plank tile in a distressed wood pattern, readily sourced from a local home improvement store. Vintage Birdseye maple obtained from an estate sale was repurposed to finish the new vanity design.
The single vanity in this bathroom is actually an antique table repurposed into a bathroom staple with the addition of a marble top and modern chrome fixtures. The large mirror above the sink is surrounded by a frame of light and is flanked by symmetrically placed sconces — providing tons of light to increase the sense of size in the small space.
This stunning vanity is a repurposed antique with a new marble top and backsplash, a striking centerpiece for this powder room. Subtle damask wallpaper conveys the classic, vintage impression throughout the room.
Add buffet style entertaining to your outdoor space with a repurposed dresser and mirror set turned into a sideboard. This old wooden dresser and attached vanity mirror were updated with mint green exterior paint, and the mirror was swapped with pegboard to keep essentials within arm's reach.
Don’t shy away from consignment and resale stores. Designers Lisa Turner and Wallace Bryan of Trinity Mercantile and Design Company repurposed a vintage dresser from a consignment store for less than $500, a huge discount from the price of a new dresser of that size. Paired with a mirror, it created a good vanity space. The red lamp and the gold bedside lamps were donated to this Dwell with Dignity makeover room by Currey & Company.