How to Save a Dated Vanity | Pretty Handy Girl

How to Save a Dated Bathroom Vanity

How to Save a Dated Vanity | Pretty Handy Girl

If you have a dated vanity, you may think you have to rip it out and buy a new one. Well, think again. It’s not hard to save that dated vanity and make it look like new without spending much money! All you need is a little prep work and the right type of paint.


Ready to learn how to take your dated vanity from drab to fab in no time? Head over to Angie’s List to see the tutorial for saving a dated vanity. Plus, I’ll share with you the best paints for this task.


I’ll be writing more tutorials for Angie’s List in the near future. I’m honored to be one of their contributing writers.



6 replies
  1. AdrienneB
    AdrienneB says:

    Curious to see how the inside of the cabinet fared. That’s my concern- you can make the outside look better but sometimes the inside is really gross, too. Any tips?

    • Brittany Bailey
      Brittany Bailey says:

      Adrienne, the inside was still in good shape. If you need to, you can paint the inside of your vanity. If the floor of the cabinet is in bad shape. You can either lay down some stick down linoleum tiles or cut a thin piece of luan plywood and attach it to the floor before you paint it.


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