Friday, January 22, 2016

5 Amazing Farmhouse Bathroom Vanities

I've always loved the idea of turning an old table or dresser into a vanity. I've seen lots of them all over the internet.  Not that so many of you haven't done a fabulous job, because undoubtedly I have seen some gorgeous makeovers! Today I wanted to show you what "I" think is a great Farmhouse Bathroom. Of course it has to be "Chippy" and certainly original paint is the best! So, if I ever DO get to have that piece of land out in the country when hubby and I retire... here are 5 of the most amazing Farmhouse Vanities I have seen so far.
This Edwardian Buffet is great in size, detail and height. The color is just right for this piece and the fact that it will hold 2 sinks instead of 1 is even better! I love, the soft grey beadboard behind it and the carrara marble tile does nothing but, polish off the whole setting. Perfect "French Country" Farmhouse in my book!


This would be perfect in a small space. I can see this anywhere from a lavatory to a public ladies room in a shop to a small closet space in a bed and breakfast. This of course would mean I would need 2 Farmhouse vanities and I definitely wouldn't be hating that! Lol!

photo via-Pinterest

This sunshine or mustard yellow can easily be achieved using my VERY favorite milk paint Miss Mustardseed's Milk Paint in her all famous "Mustard Seed Yellow"! I love that the top was refinished and the sink is offset with that lovely rubbed bronze faucet. Notice the shelf on the bottom (great idea for storing towels) was refinished as well to match the top. Great job!

photo credit-home feature for the June issue of Country Living Magazine. The Ojai, California home of Greg and Kelley Motschenbacher, styled by Heather Bullard photos by Victoria Pearson

This is just fabulous! Does that Gal have a pair of legs or what? The "Chippy" original paint, the added fruit basket for towels, the chippy paint on the door and the raw barn wood on the medicine cabinet are all great finds placed together for one fabulous look! Not too many accessories and just a touch of lavender in the flower arrangement and the towels/scarves are just the right touch here. I have to mention the antique bankers chair as well....it speaks for itself!

As I do usually save the best for last, this is MY favorite out of the five! I would normally use all white shades in any home I have but, this green is so subtle and so perfectly "Chippy" I would probably hurt somebody to get to this! Lol! The legs are exactly what I think of when I picture a great Farmhouse table. In fact I look for legs like this to build Farmhouse Dining Tables everywhere I go. They're extremely hard to find and an absolute must if you want that "Farmhouse" look! 

I hope you enjoyed this post and Thank you for stopping by Junque Chic!





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