Rated 3.8 out of 5 by 24
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Chuck Good value
We bought the 36 inch vanity. Overall, a good value, but may not satisfy a picky person.
Plusses: Decent price, consistent color, hefty fixtures, gaps can be adjusted, square and level.
Drawbacks: The gussets in the corners are plastic. The support across the top in the front is flimsy as is the back panel. The jig that St Paul uses to install the doors appears to be a bit off - or there isn't enough adjustment to the hinges. The color accentuates any tapers or inconsistencies in the gaps.
We made it work
Note that the photo shows 3 drawers on the right side, but only 2 are functioning drawers. I installed a custom sink and was able to make the top panel into a 'real' drawer.
August 24, 2013
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by MKBOURKE Great quality cabinet
I searched forever to find a quality and nice looking vanity within my budget and had just about given up. The Home Depot employee was just great. He helped me find a vanity top that we customized to fit the vanity and it turned out perfect. I could not be more pleased. There is so much storage for a 36 in vanity. The 2 drawers on the right are deep so they fit a lot. The pull out drawer on the bottom is awesome. I even have space under sink. If you are looking for a modern antique white bathroom vanity; look no longer.
January 26, 2013
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by busymom Looks classy!
I LOVE this cabinet! The drawer storage space is so worth the extra money! I bought this specifically for the bottom drawer and I am so glad I did! This cabinet looks nice, does not look cheap, and is very easy to install. I also like how tall the cabinet is. Worth the money and wait to ship.
Note: In my picture the cabinet has a toilet paper roll holder on the side, we added that to the cabinet, it DOES NOT come with that.
July 6, 2012
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by Duffer69 Manchester 36 in. Vanity Cabinet
While the cabinets served their purpose for us...we wanted to used them as cabinets in a utility room, not for a bathroom vanity, the build quality of them is pretty poor. All MDF, stapled, not screwed together. I had to had some additional bracing to make sure they would stay together. Also, the top drawer on the right side of the cabinet is not a real drawer, just the drawer front. I made a drawer box for it and converted it to a "real" drawer. The price was reasonable...just remember you get what you pay for.
April 21, 2015
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by bikegirl It is a nice addition to a bathroom
I bought this to replace a pedestal sink. Love the look. Had a little difficulty getting the sink we bought to fit.. Had to cut an inch off the inside to make sink level. Not a big deal. It looks nice in our bathroom.
September 9, 2013
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Krewa47 Nice vanity
This vanity matched a left sink vanity top I had ordered from HD that would not fit my old custom vanity. This has a nice finish and quality hinges and drawer glides. The vanity came double packed which impressed me.
April 21, 2015
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by tlmargo Nice cabinet for the money, couple of cautions
Pretty nice cabinet for the money. Don't expect fine furniture quality. Drawers don't quite align, from a vertical standpoint. But generally is a nice cabinet. Pretty heavy for its size--particle board veneer is used for carcass.
Pros: full extension drawers, bottom drawer, vanilla finish is nice
Cons: Top drawer is fake, so you only get two functional drawers. May require drain pipe movement to compensate for the bottom drawer. This is the major gotcha to consider. The bottom drawer means that the floor above the bottom drawer (the floor for the door portion of the cabinet) is about 13 inches high. This can conflict with the bottom of your drain P-trap, potentially creating the need to re-plumb the drain. I was able to use this cabinet in one of our bathrooms with no mod, but could not in another and did not want to go through the trouble of breaking into the wall to re-plumb. I considered doing some external adjustment of the drain to rig it, but it would not have been sound or aesthetically pleasing plumbing.
October 18, 2010
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by Beth Sides are White, not Ivory
Designed to be "built in" and butted up against 3 sides, since only the front is colored Ivory. The sides are White. This was not mentioned or even implied in the description and specs. Look at the photo, though, and you can sort of see 2 colors, white and ivory.
One of the two smaller drawers operates normally (soft-close) while the other will not close the last quarter inch without a firm push. No idea why. Large bottom drawer appeared misaligned due to two foam bumpers being installed in a stack on one side, instead of a single bumper, but I fixed it. Had to adjust the hinges of one door that hung lower than the other. Came with a small chip on drawer front, right out of the box. I agree that, due to the stapled-on application of the 1/8" backing material, there is an excessive gap with the bathroom wall, along both sides, at the the back. Will use 2 applications of paintable caulk on this 1/8" gap, as I'll be spending some time painting the melamine sides, because they are White, not Ivory.
Note that the curved panel in front is only 1/8" thick, and can be very easily damaged. I think I will run the baseboard over it, preventing both damage and dust accumulation.
Installation: Naturally, we had to saw away some of the backing material in order to accommodate the drain. We also had to cut down the divider between the cabinet and the drawers a little bit, due to having a square sink 18" wide, that would not fit the space. This vanity is designed for smaller, oval sinks.
The 34" height of the cabinet (a good thing) meant that we had to get a drain extender to bridge several inches of gap from the new faucet's drain pipe to the trap coming out from the wall in this 1953 house.
Aesthetically, this vanity does look nice while you are sitting on the toilet, viewing its front side. Too bad the part you see from the bathroom doorway is White melamine, not Ivory.
February 20, 2015