Bathroom 5

Published on June 2nd, 2014 | by Clara Arnsberger


Rast bathroom vanity


For this project I used Rast chest, Blanda Blank salad bowl (28 cm), Lansa handles, Capita legs, faucet, plumbing and wood (at the sizes 30*90,30*70 and 30*28).

First, we made the holes for the faucet and the plumbing, and drilled out the bottom of the bowl. After, we assembled the chest, but we changed a few things. We extended the chest, and made shelves for towels. We installed the legs, and painted the whole thing. Then, we installed the handles, and the plumbing, and cutted off a bit of the chest’s end for the plumbs. It was 3 or 4 days to make it, but I’m very happy with the result.

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7 Responses to Rast bathroom vanity

  1. steve_hoge steve_hoge says:

    Lots more detail and photos if you follow the blog link (helps if you can read Hungarian!) The paint appears to have been a high-gloss enamel called “Trina” (?)

  2. Tay says:

    I wish there were before and after photos posted to give a better idea of what the sink area looked like before the installation. How do you instal the plumbing into the newly handmade sink etc. it looks beautiful but I wouldn’t consider this a diy without the diy information that’s needed.. Plus the blog link seems to be nonexistent when I attempted to follow it multiple times.

  3. Kim says:

    I love the pop of color that this new vanity gives the space! That piece makes me want to start remodeling my bathroom today!

  4. James Wright says:

    This is something I am considering in my master bath. I have a pedestal sink, something that was cool several years ago, but not so cool when you’re trying to figure out how to store everything that accumulates in a bathroom even after you throw out the stuff you no longer need. I bet the cost savings on the sink bowl were pretty amazing.

  5. moriz says:

    Hallo, super die Idee fürs Bad.
    Bzgl. der Bauanleitung bin ich leider nicht weit gekommen, weil ich die ungarische Sprache weder in Wort noch in Schrift beherrsche.
    Vielleicht kann mir hier jemand weiter helfen
    Grüße Moriz

  6. AG says:

    I *love* that! Well done!!

  7. D says:

    Love the clean lines and the colour! And the salad bowl as sink is fabulous! Great job!

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