Recycle Pallets and Upscale your bathroom with this Two-Toned Pallet Bathroom Vanity! Create a light and elegant feel with the most unrefined product - pallets! And, you can do this project for under 100 dollars!
My Two-Toned Pallet Bathroom Vanity:
To begin, I removed the bottom deck boards from one pallet. Next, I cut the pallet in half to create the two sides of the vanity. Then, I disassembled another pallet and used some deck boards to create the cross-bracing. I built the countertop and the shelf by upcycling some salvaged 1800's hardwood flooring from a deconstructed house about two years ago. Additionally, you could make the top and shelf out of pallet boards too. I wanted to bring a little history and elegance into this piece. So, I used two long boards, glued and clamped the cut hardwood flooring boards and installed them onto the boards. I reinforced the counter and shelf with screws from the underside. Finally, I cut holes for the sink and faucet.
My Two-Toned Pallet Bathroom Vanity - finishing it up:
I painted the legs and braces a gorgeous slate color, thoroughly sanded and stained the counter top and shelf. Everything was sealed with polyurethane to protect it from daily wear and tear. Finally, I installed the sink and faucet per the directions, using silicone sealant around the edges. I purchased the sink and faucet recently from the Lake Agassiz Habitat ReStore. This project was made with 100 percent upcycled materials to bring this pallet vanity to life.