Although my job is complete, it will be heading to Texas to be used as a bathroom vanity and will be getting a new solid surface top. I hope to get those after pictures for you too!
This particular piece was almost perfect. It was the perfect width and depth, it just needed a few more inches to make it the height the designer needed to make this a comfortable bathroom vanity.
It already had feet on it so that means we needed to change the feet completely. Sometimes I can do this, but usually I can not. Glad this was a situation were it would work.
After measuring the holes I ran to Lowes for a long dowel that I cut it down to size. I added wood glue before pounding into place for a nice, snug fit.
Here it is with 2 coats of primer.
I took a wrench and screwed it down just enough.
And because I'm addicted wood glue (using it, not sniffing it:))…added some to the screw and the base before screwing in. This baby isn't EVER coming loose!
So again, here is the finished product. I sprayed the original hardware out in Oil Rubbed Bronze, which looks beautiful with the dusty purple lacquer.