Vessel sink vanity base – Redirecting furniture can give new life and function for a piece that you love. A vintage side table or nightstand, for example, is easily flip-out for a bathroom vanity with the addition of a vessel sinking. Because vessel sinks sit above the line of vanity, they can be installed on most types of stands, tables, bureaus or dressers. Purchase a night stand or table are high enough so that the vessel is sitting on the sink rim around 30-32 inches when placed on top. Most sinks is about 5 to 7 inches high, then a stand or table approximately 25 inches high or so should be sufficient.
Place the vessel sink vanity base and faucet that you want them to be on the stand. Ideally, sink and faucet will be centered at the top of the stand; the sink may be required to be moved toward the front of the booth for holding water tap at the back, depending on the width of the stand. Lightly pencil in the sink drain position and valve position at the top, then remove the sink and faucet. Measure the exact diameter of the drain and faucet. Attaches to your drill that drains diameter a little hole and drill a hole through the top of the stand at the place you have selected to drain.
Lightly sand stand with 220 grit sandpaper to grind up the surface. Clean off all sanding dust with a clean cloth. Apply a coat of varnish on the stand after the lacquer manufacturer’s instructions. Leave to dry for the recommended time before the grinding stand back and apply two more layers in the same way. This will waterproof stand and make it ready for use in the bathroom. Set the vessel sink vanity base back on the stand over the drainage hole and easy pencil where the bottom of the sink meetings be at the top. Anywhere from this line in the drain be contact area for the adhesive.