a nip & tuck for a buffet sans hutch
The old pedestals, wall cabinets, sconces and glass wall shelves were delivered unto the ebay ether and the new basin rests comfortably on the right hand side of the buffet.
My handyman cut a hole in the benchtop to drop in the basin and consequently we have one dummy drawer..but at 2metres in length, this baby has ample storage, so no drama.
The skirting boards were cut and edged nicely to accommodate the new vanity, new wall scones installed and my 2 old antique gold mirrors were given a lick of hogs bristle quarter strength and carefully hung. Still to finish painting the ceiling and the wet room shower is the next phase of the the reno...can't wait till it arrives.
The original cabinet purchased from Provincial Home Living
Next in the Bathroom mini series:
This one's for you Dermie
Kimmie: What's the difference between a buffalo and a Bison?
Kath: You can't wash your hands in a buffalo, Kimmie.