One Project I Regret & Why

All right, time for an honest moment here: I’ve been thinking about doing this post for a while now, but I’ve felt super nervous about it because I’m basically admitting that one of our biggest projects wasn’t the best idea. In fact, I kinda regret doing it, which is awful to say, but it’s true. And the project I’m talking about is our master bathroom vanities. For a while now I haven’t been happy with them, which I shared a little about in this post back in early 2017. Gosh, I cannot believe it’s already been two years! Well when I shared that post the chalk paint I used on the dressers was chipping pretty heavily, so I ended up sanding them down and repainting them both again (I shared about that process in this post). That was actually the last update I shared and since then it’s been a bumpy road with these vanities.

Since I repainted the vanities in 2017, they’ve held up fairly well. If you were around way back then you might remember that I used a clear poly on the dressers instead of wax, which is what I had previously used. Overall the poly has done a MUCH better job at protecting the paint. However, I’m still having issues with the paint chipping on the top of my vanity, which is the bigger one. My husband’s vanity (pictured above) is in pretty good shape overall. But for some reason the top of mine has never done well and now it’s peeling in spots and there is some pretty serious water damage around the sink.

The water damage on top of the larger vanity is primarily around the faucet and it just keeps getting worse as time goes on. It’s not caused by a leak or anything like that, it’s just the repetitive exposure to water that is starting to cause a problem. I’m not sure why that area is doing so poorly, but I’ve resorted to wrapping a small towel around the base of the faucet to keep the dang thing from getting any worse.

Honest Review of My Chalk Painted Bathroom Vanities

Aside from the water issues, I’ve frustrated by the limited storage space in these dressers. Obviously we realized that would be the case when we chose to go this route, but it’s definitely been an ongoing challenge. Converting these dressers into vanities (you can see how we did that in this post) means that we cannot use several of the drawers. In my vanity for example, I can only use four of the drawers, which isn’t great when it comes to storing things like makeup, my blow dryer, curling irons, etc. I’ve downsized considerably, but there simply isn’t enough space for much at all and storage is even worse in the smaller vanity–none of those drawers are functioning. I’ve thought about buying a small cabinet of some kind to store those extra things, but our bathroom (and adjacent closet) is quite small so we just don’t have the room for it.

As much as I hate to say it, I do think we will eventually need to replace these vanities for something more durable and more functional. And obviously that makes me sad, because I just adore the way these look in our bathroom, but they simply aren’t holding up like I hoped they would. And maybe it’s not totally fair to say I regret this project, because they were a BIG part of my vision for this bathroom, plus they saved us a ton of money. (And remember that time Country Living Magazine shared our bathroom makeover?!) But if I could go back and do it again I would have probably went a different route just because we have had so many issues with these over the past few years.

You guys know I’m pretty much an open book and I like to be totally honest about our projects, so sharing what went right and what went wrong is all part of the story–especially when you live in a fixer upper. And I also think it’s important to share the trial and error process, just in case any of you end up doing similar projects in your own home. Anyway, I’m not sure what we’ll end up doing with these vanities, but I’ll definitely keep you all updated when we do figure it out!

Thanks so much for hanging out with me today on the blog, I truly appreciate it. xoxo

SOURCES:

Paint Color: Smokestack by Behr

Mirror: Home Goods (I painted the outer frame white)

Towel Racks: Hobby Lobby

Vanity Lights: HERE

Sink: HERE

Faucet: HERE

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74 Comments

  1. Mandy wrote:

    I’ve wondered how this would hold up as far as counter tops go because I love the way it looks as well. Could you take the wood top off and replace with granite or quartz? Also a lot of vanities now have drawers that are built with “holes” in them to fit around pipes. Your husband might could build those type drawers for these vanities and give you a little more space. Just some thoughts that you’ve probably already had but thought I’d share. I enjoy your post and learn a lot from them.

    Posted 2.23.19 Reply
    • Sarah wrote:

      Hi Mandy! We are definitely looking into just replacing the tops and leaving the dresser as they are. But would certainly need more storage–I just can’t deal with these tiny drawers anymore!! Thanks for the ideas!

      Posted 2.24.19 Reply
  2. Barb wrote:

    Hi . I have a dresser made into a bathroom vanity also. I roll my towels to fit better. I also had to downsize my “stuff” how many brushes and makeup do we need ! My husband also made a adorable above the toilet storage cabinet with a window we saved from his grandmas house. That is where he keeps his “stuff “.

    Posted 2.23.19 Reply
    • Sarah wrote:

      Oh that’s a good idea to do storage above the toilet! I need to look into finding a cabinet like that. Thanks for the idea Barb!

      Posted 2.24.19 Reply
  3. Lisa Lindemann wrote:

    Is there any way you could put a quartz or granite countertop on top?

    Posted 2.23.19 Reply
    • Sarah wrote:

      Possibly, we are looking into it!

      Posted 2.24.19 Reply
  4. Diania Abernathy wrote:

    I’m sorry it’s not working out because it is so so cute. Your side isn’t doing as well, I bet, because if the hair product that gets sprayed, the water that get splashed. Those sinks, as cute as they are, I think should only be used in had baths….my friend had that exact set up in hers and the just seemed to be every where. I was just washing my hands so I could wipe it up quick and leave. It’s a design problem….the sink is too high and the faucet too tall. Sorry!! 😣

    Posted 2.23.19 Reply
    • Sarah wrote:

      yes yes yes. Couldn’t agree more Diania–the sink and faucet combo is awful as far as function goes. Water goes everywhere!

      Posted 2.24.19 Reply
  5. Linda wrote:

    They look beautiful! I hate to see you change them. Have you thought about just changing the top with a stronger material like a marble or quartz. They may even have a slab that is a left over or maybe tile the top.

    Posted 2.23.19 Reply
    • Sarah wrote:

      yes we are def looking into that Linda!

      Posted 2.24.19 Reply
  6. Jan wrote:

    Glad to read this because I had this same idea to do a dresser vanity but was scared to try it.
    They look wonderful however!

    Posted 2.23.19 Reply
    • Sarah wrote:

      Yeah I would proceed with caution, Jan! Unless it’s a bathroom that won’t get a ton of daily use.

      Posted 2.24.19 Reply
  7. Michele wrote:

    I love your vanities! To keep with the look, just replace the top of the vanity with a waterproof type top.

    Posted 2.23.19 Reply
    • Sarah wrote:

      that’s one of the options we are looking into!

      Posted 2.24.19 Reply
  8. Maria wrote:

    We all have those Reno regrets! Thanks for being so honest
    & real!!!

    Posted 2.23.19 Reply
    • Sarah wrote:

      Yes, Maria! We are definitely not alone!

      Posted 2.24.19 Reply
  9. Judy wrote:

    Oh Sarah! I’m so sorry. They look amazing; however, I feel your storage pain. Our master bathroom is the smallest you’ve ever seen and storage is ALWAYS an issue. Wish I had your space to fix that problem.
    You’ll be fine. I trust you’ll find the remedy ASAP!
    Enjoy your weekend!

    Posted 2.23.19 Reply
    • Sarah wrote:

      Right there with you in the small bathroom/no storage club. It’s so frustrating!!

      Posted 2.24.19 Reply
  10. Candy wrote:

    Good Morning Sarah
    I love your honesty! Your bathroom is so beautiful and I am sorry to hear that it isn’t working out the way you had hoped. Whatever you come up with I can’t wait to see it. I want to redo our master en-suite and I am going to wait to see what you do. Mine is small but I need storage so badly. Have a great weekend

    Posted 2.23.19 Reply
    • Sarah wrote:

      thank you Candy!! I will definitely share what we decide to do in this bathroom. I’m going to take my time looking at allllll the options!

      Posted 2.24.19 Reply
  11. Catherine wrote:

    These vanities do look adorable! I made the decision to remove a similar dresser/vessel sink installed by a previous owner. It was SO cute and I delayed the removal for several years but I have no regrets! The bathroom looks so much better thanks to all the storage of a conventional vanity. I wish I had removed the dresser/vessel sink years ago!

    Posted 2.23.19 Reply
    • Sarah wrote:

      that’s so interesting Catherine. I think that’s my hang up too–they’re so cute and pretty, I really hate the idea of doing something different. But I think the time has come, unfortunately!

      Posted 2.24.19 Reply
  12. Christina wrote:

    When we purchased our new to us home 4 1/2 years ago, it came with matching his and hers single vanities from Restoration Hardware. The finish of the wood and cultured marble counters on it are beautiful but it’s got serious ‘functional’ design flaws because it only offers dresser sized drawers (ie: no 12” tall drawers) and no cabinets. I’ll start with saying that the top drawer is a faux drawer due to the sink and plumbing.

    I had to purchase a new hair dryer because my old one wouldn’t fit and this current one barely fits to the point that if the cord is under the dryer, it won’t fit, you can’t store any cleaning supplies or extra skincare items, big, fluffy towels can’t be stored in them due to the height unless you folded them over just once, etc, etc.

    I hate them with a passion and I can’t believe that this design (dresser sized drawers only included) are still being marketed and sold!

    If and when we redo our master bath, I’ll definitely be adding at least one cabinet and at least one tall / deep drawer!!

    Posted 2.23.19 Reply
    • Sarah wrote:

      I hear you Christina, those small drawers just don’t cut it for a bathroom. They simply aren’t big enough and not functional at all. It’s a bummer because they are beautiful, but it’s so frustrating!!

      Posted 2.24.19 Reply
  13. Cindy wrote:

    That’s a shame you’re having issues because they are just beautiful. I like the idea of replacing the counter top but if storage is an issue that wouldn’t solve that problem. I love how you share it all. I’ll have to consider this when I redo my bathroom. 💕

    Posted 2.23.19 Reply
    • Sarah wrote:

      Replacing the top is definitely an option, Cindy. Just wish this small bathroom had a bit more space for extra storage!

      Posted 2.24.19 Reply
  14. Shoot, well don’t regret it. I’m sure you enjoyed it. Sorry that it’s not working out for you Sarah. I They are the sweetest vanities I’ve ever seen. Sooo perfect. The next ones will be great I know. You do things so beautifully. Have a good weekend Sarah. 💞💕💖

    Posted 2.23.19 Reply
    • Sarah wrote:

      Thank you Becky, you are such a sweetheart!

      Posted 2.24.19 Reply
  15. Melissa Filson wrote:

    I hate to hear that these aren’t working out for you Sarah! They turned out so beautifully, and I know that this was your vision which can be so disappointing when it doesn’t work out. I’m sure that whatever you decide to do will be just as amazing if not more so! I’m really glad that you shared this because we are going to renovate our bathroom at some point and I was hoping to use a dresser for a vanity…might need to rethink that now!

    Posted 2.23.19 Reply
    • Sarah wrote:

      thanks you for kind words Melissa! I always appreciate it. And good luck with your decision for the vanities! It’s tough to say if your experience would be similar to mine, but I just don’t think dressers are good options for a bathroom that gets a ton of use. But could be great for a guest bathroom!

      Posted 2.24.19 Reply
  16. Donna wrote:

    Sarah, If you are having issues with water around the sink & faucet, maybe you could try a different sink. Kohler Vox sink part # K-2660-1 is a vessel sink that sits on top of the counter but it has a faucet hole that is part of the sink to protect your dresser top from water damage & you can use the same faucet!
    As far as more storage, maybe you can convert the drawers you are not using to tilt-out drawer fronts with hinges & attach shelves/trays – kind of like in kitchens where you store sponges.
    Good Luck!

    Posted 2.23.19 Reply
    • Sarah wrote:

      You’re right Donna, we may need new sinks. Thanks for the recommendation–I’ll definitely look into it!! And that’s a great idea about the drawers, I hadn’t even thought of that!!

      Posted 2.24.19 Reply
  17. Cheryl wrote:

    Hi Sarah, this is totally random, but where can I can I find the drapes and balances you have in your living room. They look like an off-white, and I love the grommet style with rings. I have surfed the web for hours and hours and cannot find them. Thank you!

    Posted 2.23.19 Reply
    • Sarah wrote:

      HI Cheryl, those are from Target! But I’m not sure they carry them anymore.

      Posted 2.24.19 Reply
  18. Faith wrote:

    Hi Sarah,
    So sad what has happened. I first started following you after seeing your posts on Pinterest if your bathroom.
    I have a friend who has had a day spa for over 24 years…she has a wet room where body treatments are done and a hand held shower is used for rinsing. I did her interior designs and when we researched wall paint for wet areas, two things came up.
    One being exterior paint that is subject to a lot of exposure to the elements and temps. While it does need long term maintainance it’s more like 5-10 yrs.
    Second one was of all things meat locker paint. You know when you see pictures of where meat is hanging, and they use spray hoses to washing down everything, including painted walls…we did use this method and in the 13 yrs she was there she never had to repaint that room. I think we got that thru Dunn Edwards.
    A glass shop could cut a glass top the shape and smooth the edges and make holes for drain and faucet. Or plexiglass? Which can be more then glass. It sounds like maybe the ring around your drain inside your sink bowl might need to be re-puttied. I worked for a handyman company and that was something that came up from time to time. It could be allowing water to escape and the wood is staying wet and expanding causing chipping? Lay some dry paper towels around the bottom of sink then run water and see if they start getting wet. If possible pull out drawer at top and look inside at drain area for moisture…hold paper towel there too…if towel gets wet you will know if at drain or faucet.
    Hope you get it figured out. They are so so pretty, but I understand lack of space. It’s frustrating!!
    Good luck…God bless.

    Posted 2.23.19 Reply
    • Sarah wrote:

      wow you have so much helpful info, Faith!! Thank you for sharing that. I’m glad to hear your friend’s paint is holding up so well. It sounds like you did an amazing job 13 years ago! And I’m definitely going to do your paper towel trick to see if there’s any leaking happening. Thanks for sharing!!

      Posted 2.24.19 Reply
  19. maureen wrote:

    Have you considered taking out the vanity that you use and putting storage there instead? We have a double vanity in our bathroom and honestly we are never using it at the same time so one sink really would work. Just a thought. It’s okay to admit your idea didn’t work out the way you wanted it to. Im sure all inventors had many failures before they perfected their discovery. I love your blog and you have great style!

    Posted 2.23.19 Reply
    • Sarah wrote:

      Oh wow, Maureen I have never even thought of that!! What an interesting idea. I kinda love it!!

      Posted 2.24.19 Reply
  20. Kathryn Greenlief wrote:

    Your bathroom looks really nice! How large is it? I want to redo our master bath. I would like to take out our large jacuzzi tub and put in a walk-in shower and 2 vanities, but it is only 10×10 and I’m afraid I can’t get it all in there.

    Posted 2.23.19 Reply
    • Sarah wrote:

      it’s really small. I don’t know the exact measurements off the top of my head, but it’s a pretty tight space.

      Posted 2.24.19 Reply
  21. Patty Aslin wrote:

    Sarah….you are so loved because of your transparency. Decorating is almost never a “walk in the park”. It often is trial and error before getting to that wonderful “Sweet Spot” where we take a long sigh and think “PERFECT”!❤️ Thanks for today’s post.
    Sending blessings your way, Patty

    Posted 2.23.19 Reply
    • Sarah wrote:

      Ah Patty, you are such a sweetheart! Thank you for the kind words. I always appreciate it! And I definitely agree–there is so much trial and error in decorating. xo

      Posted 2.24.19 Reply
  22. Jenn wrote:

    Sarah,
    I absolutely love the look your dressers in this space. Have you considered either tiling the tops or getting marble or corian? I tiled the top of a similar peice and put the rounded edge tiles around it to bring everything flush. I was then able to put my beautiful rectangular basin sink on top. It has held up so well. Just thought I would share. Love everything you post.
    Best,
    Jenn

    Posted 2.23.19 Reply
    • Sarah wrote:

      I’ve never thought about doing tile but that could definitely be a great option! Much more durable than this wood top, that’s for sure. Thanks for the idea, Jenn!

      Posted 2.24.19 Reply
  23. Marilyn Holeman wrote:

    Hi Sarah, Thanks for keeping it real! They do look beautiful!. My husband and I were walking around Ikea quite awhile back, and noticed how shallow many of their sink cabinets were. We looked underneath, and they had some kind of flat plumbing behind the drawers. As you can tell, I’m no expert, and we didn’t purchase this. (We were just curious.) I can’t find it online or in their catalog, but my husband found this link to their RINNEN water trap: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gi-Ajdnpfdc&fbclid=IwAR0kSruiCAhir6nWDqha_eTwTaKcY9l-oWXDVZ1FpWpOPtPmDZFkbn9tGW0
    I hope this is helpful!

    Posted 2.23.19 Reply
    • Sarah wrote:

      oh wow, that is so interesting Marilyn! I’v never seen plumbing like that. Wish we would have used that when we converted these dressers into vanities!

      Posted 2.24.19 Reply
  24. Deborah wrote:

    Dear Sarah,
    I enjoy your blog and what you do inspires me.
    Just a thought to cover the top of dresser with stone, marble etc. To be more water resistant.
    I know it’s frustrating.
    Blessings,
    Deborah

    Posted 2.23.19 Reply
    • Sarah wrote:

      That’s a great idea Deborah and I’m definitely looking into it!

      Posted 2.24.19 Reply
  25. Shelia P. wrote:

    I’m with the lady that said it’s the sinks. They’re pretty to look at but they splash water everywhere and it drips down your elbows and onto the floor and counter. They’re just not practical. That’s really a shame it’s not working out Sarah and I hate that you’re going to have to change it. It still LOOKS cute though, right? Bless your heart. I know you don’t want to have to deal with that after having gone through the expense, time, labor etc… to get it completed. I’m sure you’ll figure something even better out! Just hang in there! Have a good weekend! 😊

    Posted 2.23.19 Reply
    • Sarah wrote:

      You are totally right! The sinks are not great and I should have mentioned that in my post as well. I would much rather have under mount sinks for the exact reasons you mentioned!

      Posted 2.24.19 Reply
  26. Carol Holtorf wrote:

    Im sure it is very frustrating how they are not holding up. could you have a piece of marble or some kind of counter top cut and mounted on top. I know that isn’t a fix for your storage problem. Could you mount a basket on your wall that would hold your hair dryer and curling iron?

    Posted 2.23.19 Reply
    • Sarah wrote:

      I’m definitely exploring that option, Carol! I need to cal around to a few places and see what it would cost.

      Posted 2.24.19 Reply
  27. Chris wrote:

    You ARE an open book, Sarah…and your honesty is much appreciated! I’ve always loved the look of your bathroom, and though it’s not a DIY in my future, I admire you for this cautionary tale. Just another of the many I love following you!😍

    Posted 2.23.19 Reply
    • Sarah wrote:

      thank you so much Chris, I really appreciate that!! xo

      Posted 2.24.19 Reply
  28. Cathy wrote:

    Sarah, since you like the vanities and how they look in your bathroom…but the tops are not holding up to the moisture that you always seem to have around a bathroom sink, have you considered removing the wood tops and replacing them with a more durable and more bathroom friendly top like granite, corian, marble, cultured marble, or any of the man made stone counter tops. Even concrete would be more durable. And any of the products I suggested can be fabricated into whatever size/shape counter top that your heart desires.

    Posted 2.23.19 Reply
    • Sarah wrote:

      We are looking into those options for sure! I love the idea of only replacing the tops.

      Posted 2.24.19 Reply
  29. Amanda wrote:

    It wouldn’t help with the storage but replacing the tops with actual stone would at least fix the water issues and wear the tops get from use.

    Posted 2.23.19 Reply
    • Sarah wrote:

      We are definitely looking into that Amanda!

      Posted 2.24.19 Reply
  30. june fisher wrote:

    Hi. Take heart in the fact that you painted them yourself. I paid an experienced person who has done lots of chalk paint and the areas around many of the polls needs repainting. We used Annie Sloan Paris Gray with a wax sealer and it’s not doing well at all . It’s always something…:)

    Posted 2.23.19 Reply
    • Sarah wrote:

      wow, that’s very interesting. Thanks for sharing that June!

      Posted 2.24.19 Reply
  31. Wendy wrote:

    What a bummer, Sarah. I loved your bathroom design so much that I updated my daughter’s bathroom in 2017 with yours in mind. I’m happy to say that her vanity is holding up well and she has no issues with storage. I seal
    the top with the poly every 6 months and it’s holding up great! Sorry to learn that you’re still having issues with yours still. I would keep the vanities for the look, but add a carrara marble top. Can’t wait to see what you decide to do!

    Posted 2.23.19 Reply
    • Sarah wrote:

      That’s interesting that her vanity is doing so well. But you’re smart to do the poly every 6 months!!

      Posted 2.24.19 Reply
  32. Velma wrote:

    Sarah your bathroom is Beautiful!!!!!

    Posted 2.23.19 Reply
    • Sarah wrote:

      thank you Velma!

      Posted 2.24.19 Reply
  33. Gina wrote:

    I appreciate your honesty and openness! I have a fixer upper and this helps drive my choices. Thank you!

    Posted 2.24.19 Reply
    • Sarah wrote:

      glad I coud help, Gina!

      Posted 2.24.19 Reply
  34. Sarah olivito wrote:

    So nice to hear about your disappointment. It will save others from it. It takes a big person!

    Posted 2.24.19 Reply
    • Sarah wrote:

      thank you Sarah, I appreciate that!

      Posted 2.24.19 Reply
  35. Glenda wrote:

    Two solutions would be to have a sink that is flush with the top instead of a vessel sink. The other simple solution would be to add a Quartz top to the vanities.

    Posted 2.24.19 Reply
    • Sarah wrote:

      both are good ideas Glenda!

      Posted 2.24.19 Reply
  36. Audrey wrote:

    You could replace the wood tops with stone. It won’t help the storage/drawer space, but would help with water problems.

    Posted 2.25.19 Reply
  37. Rhonda Zientek wrote:

    I love the look of your vanities! Would a shorter faucet perhaps not splash as much water? Just a thought…

    Posted 2.25.19 Reply
  38. Nancy wrote:

    Have someone recut a top, paint, topcoat with a water repellent (epoxy, marine varnish, etc). Next, get your drawers shortened in back or even build the drawers around your pipes.

    Posted 2.25.19 Reply
  39. Shirley wrote:

    Ok so the good news is, I do believe they are now making the bathroom cabinets that look like your dressers, however, there is another expense. I just read you are tired of your tiny drawers and I get that. Here’s my solution. If you love the wood tops, seal them with a marine type sealer to repel all and any water. It needs to go down in the drilled holes also and underneath. So basically your entire top, top and bottom needs to be completely sealed. Next, take all your drawers out. If you want to keep any of them as drawers, keep only the bottom half. Either way…take the drawers you can do without, completely out of the unit. Take the drawer fronts off of the drawers and make them into a solid cabinet door. When you put them back on you will have doors that swing open for all 4 drawers on each side, or if you only use 2 on each side, then you would have 1/2 the space as a cabinet and half as drawers. I hope I explained that so you understand.

    Posted 3.3.19 Reply

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