Rated 2.7 out of 5 by 26
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Sue Always use for my flips
Good value! Easy to install and looks great. Neutral color and buyers love it!
September 13, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Texas Fairly good, average quality, vanity
The vanity is supplied fully assembled (a vanity top is not included). The craftsmanship is fairly rudimentary. One of the support frames was attached by staples, and the staples only protruded 1/8 of an inch in to the cabinet.
The frame is fully enclosed, ,meaning you'll cut out the holes for plumbing before installing it. This provides a finished touch when looking inside the cabinet.
Simple silver hardware is provided.
The quality is akin to the other modern vanities we have, and the simple plain white design will fit in most bathrooms just fine.
Like all cabinets in this price range, it is made from particle board.
February 2, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by sal38 Very well built cabinet with a custom cabinet feel!!
This is one of the most durable, solid, and well built cabinets. the overall feel of the cabinet is consistent with what one would expect with custom built cabinets with an economical price tag. The cabinet is carefully packaged and wrapped in plastic for complete protection when delivered. One great feature of the cabinet is the holes for the pulls are pre-drilled. (The cabinet pulls are included with screws) This is nice. If you have ever had to drill cabinet drawers for cabinet pull installation, you will appreciate this feature. The drawers and doors have a nice solid feel due to the quality cabinet hardware that it is used. I would strongly recommend this vanity cabinet along with its other sized cabinets in the same line for any of your remodeling needs. You will not be disappointed!!!
February 9, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by ThatRickGuy Not worth the money
Quality - Horrible. The vast majority of the vanity is made out of low grade chip wood with a thin white lamina. The back of the cabinet is a cardboard like material with a faux wood print, there are a couple of vertical 2" wide chip wood strips on the back to aid in structural support. The base is also chip wood with the wood print lamina. As soon as any water hits these surfaces at an edge, cut, or scrape where the lamina isn't there to protect them, it will swell and crumble.
We discovered that the toe board was damaged when we unboxed the vanity. Likely when hoisted off the overhead shelves at the store, but given the incredibly low quality of the materials, it could have been at any time.
While installing, the toe board ripped out of the staples in the middle. Turns out that the toe board doesn't actually touch the bottom of the cabinet, it's just stapled in on either side and 1 point in the middle. It provides no structural support.
After discovering the poor quality and engineering of the toe board, I was too concerned about it's structural soundness to cut out the hole for the toe kick vent. So the ductwork is just venting under the cabinet until I replace the junk material of the existing toe board.
The cabinet does have 2 plywood vertical posts on either side of the front. But the manufacturer was too cheap to paint the bottom of these boards. So if you look at it from the right angle, you can see where the lamina ends and the wood begins. Looks like a great place for water damage to start.
Value - For $340 dollars? I feel ripped off. I should have paid $100 full retail for this piece of garbage at Ikea, not $340 at the Home Depot. Honestly, even if I could get it on sale for $75 I'd still feel better off going to a home recycling store and getting something build out of wood.
Ease of installation - On the bright side, it's rather light. So I got it into position on my own. On the down side, the material is so weak that even just taking it off the dolly caused a crack to form in one of the sides.
Over all - don't waste your money on this piece of junk.
September 21, 2016
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by Mikkel1955 Definitely a low-end cabinet.
I was disappointed with the quality of the cabinet. It is assembled with stables. There are plastic angles stiffing up the corners. The slides for the drawers are light duty. They attach to the back of the cabinet with plastic hardware stapled to the back panel. The drawers are also held together with staples.
As stated, the caucus is built with MDF. The face frame is made of plywood. There is no divider between the center cabinet the the drawer slides.so you have to be careful of what you store there.
This cabinet would be suitable for use in a basement bathroom. I would not use it in the master bathroom. I might consider it for a guest bathroom. It would also be suitable for use in a rental property or in a house you are flipping, or getting ready to sell for other reasons. I would not expect to get years of use from it.
February 18, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by TrikyRiky Nicely done at a budget price
Just unboxed this vanity and there are a few thing worth noting. The face frame is assembled with pocket screws. In cabinetry the face is usually assembled with wooden dowels. Pocket screws are a viable alternative to the dowel and have gain more popularity with the home improvement and DIY'er. They make a solid joint. Drawers are on glide an up grade from old cabinets which were usually just plastic slide on a wooden guide. Finish is fair, real paint would be a better finish. The door is hung with European style hinges a nice touch. This vanity has a solid back so you will have to cut holes for plumbing. So take care and measure correctly. Overall nice vanity, just wish my counter top had arrived so I could show this installed and complete. I will try to update this when it does
January 28, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by fizzie Well made with a bright white finish!
The white finish on mine was, is flawless and it looks durable also. It comes with the hardware too, knobs etc.
The drawers all glide very smoothly and close securely also. The cabinet door also swings out smoothly and closes completely.
It is made of composite board and is stapled as well as glued at the joints. There are also plastic angle supports in the back corners.
The back is a sheet of what looks like 3/16 th's inch backer board which is reinforced with a composite wood frame. The frame divides the back into 3 sections with the middle section clear for making any hole I need for plumbing. It did not come with a top, I knew that, but I bought one already. It is part of a bathroom remodel I am doing.
In my opinion it is a good value and a good product.
April 26, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by PersnicketyME Good cabinet for the price!
This Hampton Bay vanity cabinet is definitely a lower end piece of cabinetry but DO NOT let this sway you... If you are looking for an AFFORDABLE and easy replacement for a bathroom vanity then this may be a great choice for you! YES, it is partially made of particle board and the it is assembled with staples and plastic corner joints so do be cautious when unpacking and moving the cabinet into place. The drawer and cabinet front faces, however, are made of a fairly decent quality wood like material. The metal drawer pulls are a nice touch and, once installed, this will make for a fairly decent looking update to a bathroom. Simply keep in mind what you are buying here as it's unfair to compare this to solid wood vanities at 4 or more times the price... Choose accordingly.
April 29, 2016