Wow. Our bathroom is 2 1/2 years old! It’s hard to believe because it still feels so current and new to us.
We recently had a photo shoot at our house for an upcoming feature, and everything was legitimately the cleanest it has ever been, and I just HAD to document it. I shared a BTS tour on my IG stories, and I got asked more than a dozen times where my vanity came from. We remodeled our bathroom about the time dressers-turned-vanities were a new thing, but I was having a hard time finding a dresser that fit the specifications and style I was going for, so, I decided to design my own with a local cabinet company! I sourced the brass tapered legs and hardware, and voila!
Working with the trade to design your own piece of furniture is enthralling, and I hope to do it again someday soon! Anyway, I was checking out West Elm’s newer pieces of furniture a few days ago and spotted the Delphine cabinet.
You guys, – it’s basically my vanity without the drawers! Marble top and everything!!! You can easily drill a hole in the marble and place a vessel sink on top and you have yourself a mid-century inspired bathroom vanity! There’s room inside for a P-trap, which is the main concern when converting a dresser to a vanity. I literally couldn’t write this post fast enough so share with you this idea. I spent about $1300 total on our vanity (cabinet + marble + legs + sink) so this seems like a steal! less than half the price of what we paid, you could get this:
This would be perfect for a powder or guest bath where you don’t need a lot of storage. Seriously! Someone needs to do this immediately!