Rated 3.8 out of 5 by 22
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by vssss Hampton 24 in. Vanity Provides Practical & Effective Sewing Storage
The Hampton 24 inch White Vanity Cabinet is the perfect solution to providing practical and effective storage space for supplies in the sewing center of my craft room. The cabinet met the necessary criteria for fitting in such a small, confined area but still looks so amazing and pretty with the lovely raised panel cabinet doors, fresh white finish and nickel pulls. I am thrilled with the craftsmanship in every way. Doorstep delivery of the vanity made the craft room remodel so easy and stress free for me because I don't worry when such thorough precautions are taken for the safety of the cabinet. The Hampton 24 in. Vanity may be mini in size but it's mighty in strength and such a well constructed cabinet will easily last a lifetime or more.
October 10, 2014
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by mophead Standard Construction, but Sturdy
Standard MDF construction utilizing plastic bracing and staples, laminated in white. Drawer slides are production-type (cheap) and use friction glide vs. ball bearing, making the drawers a bit stiff. The cabinet was not warped at all, the single door hangs straight, and the drawers are straight. Included are knobs and a comprehensive set of instructions. Overall, the vanity looks nice, is easy to clean, and is quite sturdy. Packaging was also very sturdy. The cabinet was placed in a box, set on top of a wood pallet, and finally wrapped in multiple layers of plastic wrap. All corners were protected. I can recommend this vanity for use in a small bath renovation, a rental home, or anywhere that a budget cabinet is required.
September 23, 2014
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by DIYQueenSWFL Nice vanity for quick bathroom makeover
The vanity is very nice, easy to install, and good quality. The vanity is nothing fancy, but it is great to update a small bathroom.
January 6, 2015
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by 2handy OK 4 price but,marginal
Open Box and treat cabinet like its made of glass. While the front is made of plywood...the rest is particle board. Grab the wrong piece and it will fall apart/come off in your hands(don't ask me how I know this...oops)construction is poor as far as fasteners go/plastic corner ties with poor quality 1/2 inch staples. The particle board is NOT primed or painted....SOOOO if you have a leak or moisture under cabinet IT'S toast &will swell disintegrate. For and extra 10-15 dollars it could be ALL plywood construction...This is why I hate the BEAN-COUNTERS who never work on anything but go for the bottom line of profit. I recommend priming/painting exposed particle board on the bottom/caulking under cabinet storage area. On the plus side it is a good looking cabinet for the price/has 2 drawers.Would not recommend for diy unless you have proper tools and knowledge.
June 17, 2014
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by momuck Quality is very low
Very poor quality particle board, unfinished/unprotected at the bottom. Also the toe-kick panel is not laminated at the side edges - just poorly painted -looks bad. This stuff just would not survive in contact with wet bathroom floors. Not to mention very poor packaging - all the units in stock in store were chipped at the bottom. And all this for $179! -I am returning this cabinet. And the weird thing is that this is the only 24" x 21" vanity cabinet model at HD. -But they sell several vanity tops of this size. - So were do the customers supposed to get the cabinets?
September 16, 2014
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Mikkel1955 A good medium quality vanity.
While I would prefer a vanity built with Baltic birch plywoor instead of MDF, it is hard to justify the cost for a half bath. With its small size, and reasonable price, it is a good choice when you have a small bathroom, especially for a basement bathroom.
Do not take this to mean it is not a good quality vanity. It looks good, and should last a long time. It has a good finish that doesn't easily scratch. It doesn't look like it will be too hard to touch up if needed.
Installation is easy, as long as you take the time to do it right. Make sure you have shims to level it out if the floor in not level, or the wall is not exactly vertical. This is especially important with older homes that have settled over the years. If you don't take the time to do it, you will not be happy with the way water drains off the vanity top.
February 4, 2015
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by stnic after 2 years...
I bought this 2 years ago, because I wanted to freshen up the space and it did that...however, after two years, the white is peeling off the pressboard. this is a bathroom where we don't take showers, so there isn't any steam to deal with . I have a larger vanity by this company and the same thing is happening in another bathroom. I rated it low because it is NOT made to last very long. I had hoped for 2 years out of it and I didn't really even get that. Now I'm shopping for a new one. :(
December 17, 2014
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by deide Nice vanity for the dollar
The only thing I wasn't real pleased with was the thin back of the vanity. However, in some cases a vanity doesn't even have a back and utilizes the wall behind the cabinet. For the money, I think it's a very reasonable purchase.
February 8, 2015