Rated 3.5 out of 5 by 13
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by HGTVFAN Nice Looking Vanity
This is a nice upgrade from my old oak cabinet. I really like the rich dark, mohagany color. It has 2 drawers and a 1 door cabinet. I had previously bought a granite top and faucet and just switched it to this. I decided to retile the floor since getting the new cabinet so the cabinet is in my hallway until the tiling is done.
July 31, 2014
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Camano An attractive upgrade for my bathroom
I got this vanity to replace a 25-year old vanity in a basement bathroom. It's an attractive upgrade to that bathroom.
The sides, back supports, and dividers are 5/8" particle board. The remainder of the back is either open or covered with thin hardboard. The sides are covered with wood-grain vinyl. The fronts are all wood. It is assembled primarily with staples and glue, but seems sturdy. The interior is fully finished - there's no raw wood showing. The cabinet is perfectly square and the drawers are full-extension.
No instruction sheet was included so I downloaded them from the product page so I could realign the door that had shifted downward in shipping. The instructions mention installing nail-on floor guides, but they were already installed.
There is a solid divider between front and back of the cabinet that is 16 1/4" from the right-hand side of the cabinet and a 5" high support bar behind the top drawer that covers 21" to 26" above the floor. If you have plumbing connections in this area you'll need to jigsaw out openings in the particle board.
The remainder of the back is masonite to 21" from the floor, topped with a 7" opening, then a 6" wide beam that supports the sides and top.
There is 2 1/4" of room behind the drawers and an 8" space between the top of the dividers and the top of the cabinet to allow room for connecting wide-span faucets.
I had to trim a couple of inches off the hardboard back on the door side for my plumbing connections.
The vanity is 21.5" from front to back with a 3 3/4" recess/toe kick at the bottom front, so you should check that there is flooring to within 18" of the wall. I didn't check this for the last vanity I installed and ended up putting in a whole new floor.
July 31, 2014
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Laehm Very nice and easy to install
I had been searching for a new vanity for a while but didn't opt to get one until my son accidentally broke our vessel sink. Our previous vanity was tiny with no counter space and no drawers. This vanity was originally $350. We ended up in Nampa the day we bought it and got it for $150 as it just went on clearance at that particular store. The drawers are nice and deep, the top drawer has a sliding box on top for brushes or what-not, and a good size space under the sink. I purchased the same model of top and sink as the display and it goes great with the decor of the rest of my house. Very easy to install, though you do need to predrill the holes for the water houses if the come up from the floor. Easy peasy, just get a shot knob circle still bit and toy are good to go! We purchased the pfister venturi 8" faucet to go with it and changed the knobs to match. Very good purchase!!
November 10, 2015
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Shaily DON'T BUY THIS CHEAP QUALITY PRODUCT
After we opened the box, the cheap quality back panel that sits against the wall was broken.The contractor just nailed it to the wall, as it was not visible from the front. We have replaced a vanity that was installed about 25 years ago, so we had to reduce the length of the knob for hot water, for it to fit. Still the knob won't fit.
After a few weeks of use in a totally renovated, very well ventilated bathroom, the lamination on the front has started to peel all over at the edges of the front panel, and the drawers. Even the frame of the matching mirror is chipping.
Home Depot says they will allow us an exchange with same or similar product, once they are able to see the damage to the vanity. Interestingly, this will result in, us having to pay the contractor for two more visits, once to dismantle the existing unit, and once again to install the replacement (i.e. $125 x 2 = $250.00). Home Depot is refusing to pay for these charges.
I have offered to show them the photo of the vanity. Let's see what comes out of this.
Overall it is a very cheap quality product. Don't buy this.
September 2, 2015
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by JustaGuy Not bad, but matching bits worse.
Very average pressboard vanity. Think of it like a "do it yourself" cabinet kit, that someone else of a mediocre skill level assembled for you. The front board near the top above the doors is not square to the rest of the vanity, so I had to choose where and how to make the other bits look like they fit well. The fit adjustments for the hinges and door fronts are decent. I think that the weight of the vanity top/sink cause the front to flex a bit, the doors had to be re-aligned after I installed it. So again - very average. We bought a matching cabinet where the quality is worse, and a mirror that is OK.
September 2, 2014
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by Kids04 Stain missing on Glacier Bay cabinet
We love the cabinet but when we brought it home the stain was missing in two noticible spots on the front of the cabinet. The store didn't have another one so we kept it. We will have to figure out how to fix it
January 21, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by chris Absolutely beautiful
I wanted to upgrade my bathroom sink, i could not have chosen a better vanity. It has several drawers to help itemize my personal hygiene items. It is so well put together and does it with stylish modern amenities. My marble sink basin fit like it was made for it. I will be doing the kids
bathroom with the same vanity as per my daughter.
July 22, 2014
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Skittlebrau No bad, but a tad misleading in the listing
All in all, I am pretty happy with this, but when the description of the item says plainly "Wood", I do *NOT* expect to unbox particle/flake board! Perhaps it was wood once, but a pressed wood/glue cheapout I do *NOT* consider worthy of the term "wood" . . . perhaps "manufactured wood product or some such" but to me "wood", means *SOLID* *REAL* wood!
Other than that, looks nice, decent fit and finish, but a tad expensive for a base structure of crapboard . . . .
July 30, 2013