Bathroom Children bathroom

Published on December 12th, 2014 | by Jules Yap


BEKVAM cart for kid’s bathroom vanity

Children bathroom

Materials: BEKVAM kitchen cart

1. I took off the 2 wheels to keep the sink fixed and stable.

2. I cut the 4 legs at the same height. To do so I disassembled the Bekvam, cut a first leg and kept this one as a model for the last 3 legs.

3. I took a sink, traced the shape of the sink on the top board, and cut the board by following the trace.

4. I placed the sink in the hole and glued it with white silicon for bathroom.

5. I protected the wood with transparent varnish.

It took me around 2 hours work per sink and I believe the result is interesting?

~ Benj

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Jules Yap

"I am Jules, the engine behind IKEAHackers and the one who keeps this site up and running. My mission is to capture all the wonderful, inspiring, clever hacks and ideas for our much loved IKEA items".

11 Responses to BEKVAM cart for kid’s bathroom vanity

  1. emy says:

    Félicitation ! J’adore l’idée !
    Je suis assistante maternelle et je remplacerait bien mon bidet par ce joli lavabo !

  2. C.A. Mat says:

    This is adorable and I bet the kid(s) LOVE it. In a couple of years when it’s too short, the little ones can help make another!

  3. Ginny says:

    Great idea especially for those who might run an in-home daycare.

  4. Sincerely, I think the kids would have felt beloved also with a nice stepstool helping them to reach the sink.
    This is a very nice solution but for a restaurant or a public space.

  5. Doris Unger says:

    Its not the blame of the Kids to rise up such fast but its their right to have their position and respekt in the family. I think children of this family feel much comfortable and beloved

  6. Boney Gildroy says:

    ^^^^^^^^nice one buzz kill^^^^^^^ its an afternoons work at best including plumbing. Great project and idea.

  7. Gonna have to have alot of kids or its gonna suck for whoevers stuck using it in a couple years when your child out grows it lol…but its cute..maybe for like a public space..alittle much for in home

  8. For five years? Or even less. Look cute but…

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