How To Build A Custom Bathroom Vanity

How To Build A Custom Bathroom Vanity


If you’re about to renovate your bathroom,
deciding on a vanity, basin, and mixer can be completely overwhelming. If you have the space,
make sure you get one with lots of storage. I’m here to show you a variety
of combinations to help make your choice a little easier. First, I need to get all of these
out of their boxes. Right. Now they’re out of the box,
you can really see how much of the choice there is. I’m going to run through a few
different combinations for you. We’re going to use this
900 millimeter vanity unit as our base and then work from there. With this combination,
I’ve gone with a vanity top which is plastic
and a classic chrome mixer. The great thing about this chrome mixer
is it matches the handles on the front of the vanity. So this is a cheaper option
to really update your vanity. I’m a real big fan
of these timber benchtops. You can get them cut down
to any size at Bunnings. What we’ve got here is a warmer option
and then a more coastal look. For the next combination
I’m putting together, I’m going to use this coastal look. There’s a variety of basin styles that
you can choose to sit on your vanity top. From square white glossy ones
like this or something a little more rectangular like this one. This oval design is another option
and it is a little smaller so it might be better for you. You don’t have to keep
your basin in the middle either. You can move it to either side to create
more bench space or you can decide on a sleek round basin like this. ♪ [music] ♪ And the tapwear choice is endless. With a benchtop basin like this,
you’ll need to go with a large mixer. You can go with white,
this one’s my favorite with rose gold details, black,
a classic chrome, or a gold finish which gives more of a farm housey feel. If you decide to go for a basin
like this which requires a small mixer, there’s a large range
of options to choose from still. Here I’ve got a back mixer with rose gold
finishings which looks awesome against the coastal benchtop. Next, I have a rose gold mixer
which gives a really modern sleek look. If you decide to go for a different color
like rose gold or black, you can always change the handles on your
vanity to a different color to match them or spray them for a cheap option. In here I have the classic chrome mixer
which is a cheaper option but still gives a really timeless look. A basin like this is perfect for a powder
room, and pushing it to the side of the bench gives you
a whole lot of bench space to utilize. You can go for a mixer like this,
gold with white accents, which really brings
a sense of elegance to the style. Or something like this,
a matte black mixer for a more modern, sleek look. ♪ [music] ♪ If black basins are a little more up
your alley or suit the style of your home or bathroom better,
they’re a great option to use. Here I’ve paired it with a slightly
darker timber to give my bathroom a real contemporary feel. From round basins like this you can
put in the middle or to the side. Or maybe a square one like this
would suit your space better. Or a marble one like this
for something a little different. With black basins,
you can pick any mixer style. There are no wrong options
and combinations to choose when picking vanities, vanity tops,
and mixers for your bathroom. There are so many combinations
and choices, and Bunnings has them all.

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