Just like wood, pebbles are a great option if you want to create a relaxing, spa-like atmosphere and decor in your bathroom. They’re also ideal for outdoor showers and they present several other advantage, not necessarily related to their aesthetic appeal. For instance, pebbles are naturally slip-proof and they also feel very comfortable underfoot.
In spite of their permanence, shower niches are not the type of feature you’d want to replace often anyway and that almost always makes them desirable in the bathroom. Wondering what a shower niche could do for you? Its usefulness is not entirely related to the idea of storage. A niche is practical in more than one way. From an aesthetic point of view, it looks simple, stylish and versatile. Add to that all the customization possibilities and you’ll fall in love with the concept.
Another thing you can repurpose as a vanity is a dining table. Sure, dining tables are pretty big so you’ll have to cut off some of the pieces. Consider having the vanity sit on only two legs, with the back section attached directly to the wall. Make sure you measure the sink before you cut the table and that the piece fits. If you can find a dining table with built-in drawers then you’ll also have some storage in your bathroom. Of course, you can take advantage of the empty space underneath your new DIY bathroom vanity to store things like towels and cleaning products in boxes or baskets.
A bathroom vanity isn’t exactly a complex piece of furniture so you could safety assume that you might be able to build one yourself. The easiest option would be to repurpose an existing furniture piece or even something completely different, not meant to be used in this way at all. Check out some of our ideas for DIY bathroom vanity designs and maybe you’ll be inspired to start your own project.
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