Today I am going to show you a vanity I just redid.
This piece was a piece that T brought home knowing I would love to do a makeover on it. He was not wrong. It had perfect bones to work with. But when my granddaughter Mimi saw it she called dibs on it. She had to leave her vanity behind when they moved and had been wanting one to replace it. (only so much room in a truck). What you don't see here is the fact it had a large hole right in the middle of the front where you see the lighter wood piece. So T replaced the holey piece with a new piece of wood. It is curved and required some soaking in water and curving ever so slowly. But with time and patience it was achieved.