Published at Wednesday, 31 October 2018. Bathroom Vanity. By Diana Turner.
The only thing I had to do was get the faucets so that I got separately not really expensive, either and um the when I, when we installed this, we ripped up the old counter top and when we installed this, we realized that you know point that the wall, It was too short the counter top, so we actually had to cut the wall a little bit and slide the counter top into place. So this is why you see that there are these glass tiles over here.
Now I measured from there's a wall here and a wall there and I measured and it came out to like 48 inches, but um like this piece is granite. This is a black granite and it comes with the built-in sink. This I purchased at Home Depot and I believe it was around $ 200, but I'm not sure if it was 200 to 250 - something like that, but it was under $ 300 and it came with the sink.
A bathroom vanity that I have here when you come to the bathroom and the vanity itself. This piece right here, that's painted white, is like original to the house and there's really nothing wrong with it. It really has no problems, it looks nice and it has lots of drawers and storage. So I didn't need the bottom part, so I just needed to update the top part and I'll show you the picture of the before after this video, but you'll see why it was just pink and it was tiled and I kind of figured out why they put the tiles there instead of updating the counter top with a whole vanity.
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