Open Shelf Wood Vanities

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Last October we made the decision to jump all in and participate in our first One Room Challenge by completing gutting our guest bathroom down to the studs. It was a thrilling yet tiring adventure, our biggest renovation to date and something I can’t wait to do again. During this bathroom transformation, we made the last minute decision to build our own bathroom vanity. Main reason: to save money and stay within our budget.

Modern Guest Bathroom Reveal || Within the Grove

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The only downside, since we only had one week to get it built, stained, and installed, we didn’t take any progress shots of how to build one of your own. We’re trying to figure out the best way to share what we can for those of you who have asked! Hopefully that’s soon. Until then, I found a few open shelf wood vanities online that are similar to the one we built. So just in case you don’t want to build but want one like ours (or simply need one now), these are a great option! Each one is a little different but I’m hoping this helps if you’re on the hunt for a bathroom vanity. You’ll find the direct link to each vanity below the image.

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You can see the full reveal of the guest bathroom here. You’ll also find all of the source links to all the items we used in the renovation. Keep an eye out for the tutorial on this vanity, or at least the 3D model to help get you started, soon!

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  1. Julia Henson says:

    Do you remember what type of plywood you used to build the vanity? I usually end up painting rather than staining because my plywood does not stain well, but I really want to try and stain!

    • ElizabethRishel says:

      Hi Julia! We used pine plywood! It stains beautifully. But test your stain colors first on a scrap piece before staining the main piece. Different types of wood take in stain differently. You’ll have to let me know how it goes for you!

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