This is a peak at one of two beautiful nightstands I
salvaged once a mid-century waterfall vanity was ripped
into two. If you have thought about trying this yourself I'm
here to let you know you can do it but it takes a bit of work
and you need some patience to figure out how the vanity was
originally built.

The less damage you create while taking apart the vanity the easier the repairs and
paint job will be on the sides. These pieces really are perfect when you
need narrow small space nightstands.

Here is the striking BEFORE and AFTER.
The handles were completely replaced, holes filled and antique handles attached.
The original legs were removed and new cabriolet legs installed making them much taller.


Give it a try! It's worth it!

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1 comment:

  1. You've been caught having done a Fabulous Furniture piece and you are featured at Friday Five. I hope you take the time to stop by and see your feature.

    Stunning work. The perfect distressing and the legs added deserve to be seen repeatedly. One of my favorite inspirations. I'm enjoying the bedside tables immensely.

    ~ Robin
    Redo It Yourself Inspirations.



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