Party Junk 213 – salvaged junk bathroom vanities

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I hereby announce I’m about to dive head deep into a bathroom makeover, and I’d sooooo love some inspiration! Here are a few really creative salvaged junk bathroom vanities that scream outside the box in the coolest of ways… which one would you try?

How to build a butcher block vanity by Beneath My Heart featured on http://www.funkyjunkinteriors.net/

How to build a butcher block bathroom vanity – Beneath My Heart

Traci had some leftover butcher block from a kitchen reno, so she got hubby Cy to create this vanity to work around it! Going with an open concept underneath saved visual space for this small bathroom. Great tip!

Oak topped dresser bathroom vanity by Beneath My Heart, featured on http://www.funkyjunkinteriors.net/

Oak topped dresser bathroom vanity – Beneath My Heart

Traci and Cy win another spot here as this one’s too good to miss! Cy replaced the top of an existing dresser with a slab of oak. This painted dresser vanity is positively loaded with cottage charm!

Dresser and mirror bathroom vanity, part of an amazing cottage tour, via http://www.funkyjunkinteriors.net/

Corner Dresser with attached mirror bathroom vanity – Funky Junk Interiors

What do you do when your vanity would work best on an angle? Use a full dresser with an attached mirror! This lovely bedroom dresser bathroom vanity was located in a lovely cottage I had the extreme privilege to stay in this past summer. The link shows the entire tour… you’ll LOVE IT!!

From antique desk to cool bathroom vanity, by Knick of Time, featured on http://www.funkyjunkinteriors.net/

Antique desk vanity by Knick of Time

Oh this is genius! Angie desired a barber shop theme for this bathroom so her husband created the coolest looking vanity from an antique desk. Did you notice the corrugated metal ceiling? This entire bathroom is a must see!

Antique ceiling tile cabinet doors, by Knick of Time featured on http://www.funkyjunkinteriors.net/

Antique ceiling tile cupboard doors on sink – Knick of Time

Aaaaand another by Angie! While this next one isn’t a salvaged junk bathroom vanity, but rather, a vintage kitchen sink, I wanted to draw attention to these amazing doors created from antique ceiling tiles. They. Are. Gorgeous!

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  1. I LOVE all the variety of bathroom vanities. Who knew you could transform so many things, even fence posts I saw, into bathroom vanities. Definitely checking out the build your own with Butcher Block. I have a bathroom that has no character, and no vanity. It is begging for one of these makeovers. Happy Friday night!

  2. Hi Donna,

    I really like all the vanities shown here, but the oak-topped dresser is probably my favorite. In my bathroom, I have a old oak-topped table that we had made into a cabinet by adding sides and doors to the front. We left the back open to more easily access the pipes if need be. Thanks for the inspiration – alot of good ideas featured here!

  3. Another great week for gardening, yard work and beach combing for usable wood. Love living near the ocean. Thanks for hosting Donna, always happy when I have something to share, love salvaged junk.
    Rob