Replace Your Vanity
Add style to your bathroom with this basic carpentry and plumbing project.
Synopsis: Tyler Grace has done many gut remodels of bathrooms, but often the answer to a problematic bathroom is a simple facelift. One way to spruce up a tired bathroom is to replace the vanity. Although details are important, the work is not difficult, as Grace demonstrates in this step-by-step article.
My business specializes in interior renovations, so I’m no stranger to gutting an old bathroom and building it from the studs and subfloor back to a fresh finished space. But in many cases, all that’s needed is a facelift to bring the aesthetics into the current decade. Typically, such jobs involve new flooring, trim, plumbing fixtures, lighting, and the cherry on top of the updated finishes: a new vanity.
At its core, the workflow for replacing a vanity is pretty straightforward—turn off and disconnect the plumbing, yank the old vanity out, put the new vanity in, and…