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Converting an Antique into a Vanity
There are some challenges in converting an antique dresser into a vanity for your bathroom. Since the item was not really created to be a vanity it will more than likely not be waterproof. You will need to seal it so that it will not be damaged by water, steam, and high humidity of a bathroom.Vintage furniture was not made to accommodate a sink of any sort. There will be no hole for the sink to be placed in because the wash basin would have been placed on top of the wash stand. There will be no plumbing and no place for faucets. The back will need to be removed from the piece in order for the pipes to be attached. If there are drawers, they will interfere with setting the sink as well as the pipes. The drawer fronts will need to be permanently attached to the front of the piece and the drawers themselves should be removed.
Keep in mind that, if you choose a piece of furniture that conceals the pipework, as the dresser above does, you will have to sacrifice some of that storage for this. Depending on the piece you can probably keep some, and a clever carpenter will be able to re-shape the drawers behind the fronts, to maximize storage in the final piece.
If you choose a piece where the plumbing will be visible, such as a table or desk, remember to specify a attractive metal trap. Contractors will normally put white plastic piping into their quotes unless asked for something higher spec, and you don’t want to be looking at that every day.