|Buffet used for vanity BEFORE|
|Pallet Wall Install|
After the wall was completely covered with wood, I sanded it with a power sander to smooth out any rough areas. I next added stain to a few of the newer boards so they would blend in nicely with the aged ones. Finally, a topcoat of clear, oil-based satin will give this wall durability and scrubbability (add that word to your dictionary). The same process was used to replace the outdated medicine cabinet with pallet wood and glass shelves. Once the vanity was set in place (we pulled the vanity away from the wall a few inches to make the counter a bit deeper and more functional), a quartz countertop with undermount sink was installed. To carry the look of the
shelves over the toilet to hold essentials. Installed "floating" and stained dark, they are the perfect touch in that small space! Lastly, an oil-rubbed faucet and vanity light were installed. After a new shower curtain from Pottery Barn was hung, and "his" and "her" hooks, this room was ready for action! This tub-soaking homeowner can bask in the beauty of her new master bathroom night after night.
This is from Kalamazoo...to you!