Bathroom KALLAX vanity 4

Published on April 18th, 2016 | by IH guest


KALLAX bathroom vanity for small bathroom

The products I used are Kallax 4×2 (with doors and sliding doors) and Capita furniture legs.

I wanted a relative cheap bathroom sink and found out that the Kallax had the right measurements for our small bathroom. I installed the legs, because I want to clean beneath the sink. In the pictures you can see the progress in different stages.

I started out drawing this, the finished product is even better than I ever imagined.

sketch of KALLAX bathroom vanity

I left one side completely open for a laundry basket. Because we have a really small bathroom (2m by 2m) it’s the perfect solution.

Space for laundry basket

The KALLAX was not long enough for our sink (46cm by 46cm), so I installed another top on it. This was also good for the room we needed to install the drain and the crane.

Countertop on KALLAX

Sink on top of countertop

Installed door inserts to the cubbies

Installed drawers for the bottom cubbies

Almost there

To insure the tubing were invisible, I completed the KALLAX with doors. Beneath I installed the sliding drawers. The left side of the KALLAX stays open, we can use this space for our towels.

Plumbing inside the KALLAX

Plumbing inside the KALLAX

Perfect fit for our laundry basket

Shelves for towels

Almost there

KALLAX bathroom vanity for small bathroom

Voila! KALLAX bathroom vanity for small bathroom KALLAX bathroom vanity for small bathroom Sink on top of countertop Storage underneath

I hope you enjoy this hack!

~ Stefanie

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4 Responses to KALLAX bathroom vanity for small bathroom

  1. Lola says:

    1. A small bathroom wouldn’t fit it. That is a medium sized bathroom. I stored one of those units in a sauna and it doesn’t hold very well to humidity so I hope you treated it somehow for the damp.

  2. raj says:

    This is so nice

  3. Chisten says:

    I love this! What is the name of two different tile types?

  4. Mike says:

    It looks nice but the bathroom is the last place I’d put a Kallax. The hot steam of the shower will ruin it within a few weeks.

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