With my powder bathroom re-do well under way, free standing sink vanities have been on my mind. There are many different types of vanities available both online and in home improvement stores that will fit into most types of decor.
Well, except mine. Because you know, I can’t just settle for a plain ‘ole vanity, right? Aww, you know me so well!
I pulled together some inspiration photos when contemplating our new vanity, and I thought I’d share them with you today. There are some really creative people out there (which is the understatement of the century, I know).
Artist Benjamin Bullins installed this amazing bicycle vanity made from reclaimed items in a bathroom in New Orleans. If I had the space, I am positive that I would have been a big fat copy cat on this one.
In a converted barn, Carrier and Company Interiors in New York created this farm-themed bathroom. I’m not really sure if they used a reclaimed feeding trough, but it sure looks like it. This would be fun for a country cottage home.
What about this darling sink Laura of The Little House in the City spotted at a flea market? How fun! These old sewing machine tables can be found at just about every antique store in the country. This would be an easy DIY.
Gina at Willow Decor (who has a gorgeous home, by the way) had this galvanized wash tub sink custom made for her laundry room. Isn’t it so pretty?
And last but not least, my very favorite of the pack. Plans for this table to vanity conversion can be purchased from Plans Now if you don’t want to try your hand at figuring it out on your own.
What do you think about these vanities? Perfect for the right space? Over the top? Do you have a unique vanity or have you ever seen a cool one that inspired you? Please share!