Upstairs bathroom vanity

We picked up a vanity for the future upstairs bathroom. Since the new bathroom is going to have space constraints we were looking for something that was small. We almost went with a pedestal sink so the room would look more spacious but then we found this vanity. It was the smallest one we found with it being 17 inches deep and 25 inches wide. Plus a little bit of storage which was a bonus. Lee wants to change the doors later on but I say don’t mess with it until the rest of the house is done.

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5 Responses to Upstairs bathroom vanity

  1. Leigh says:

    Good find! How big is your bathroom? One of our bathrooms is tiny too (6 by 5 feet and it has a shower stall!), so I appreciate the challenge that small bathrooms present.

  2. Jessica says:

    That’s cute. Did you get the matching mirror?

  3. lee says:

    Leigh — at the moment it’s just doodles in a CAD program, but the interior dimensions are 3’5″ by 9’8″. It’s long and narrow, with the door in the middle, shower to the left, toilet to the right, and sink straight ahead. Not a big space, but still plenty of elbow room.

    Jessica – no mirror. We’re going to do some sort of inset medicine cabinet with a mirror. We need the storage.

  4. Rachael says:

    IKEA is usually small-space friendly. Is there one in Portland? That sounds like a fun reason to go out of town if you have the time.

  5. robin says:

    I haven’t been to IKEA since Arizona. Yum, cinnamon rolls…. There is one in Portland and a day away from home is always fun!

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