Our son's plumbing clogged and backed up, ruining his old vanity, so we had to redo everything. We were very limited for space, so we found this vanity to be the perfect fit for a fair price. We don't have it fully installed yet, because we have to finish the wall behind it and the floor under it, but we are very happy we bought it. Thanks Glacier Bay, and Home Depot!
I wanted to update our half bath with a navy vanity but couldn’t find one for less than $600. We watched a video on how to paint this vanity with special cabinet paint from Valspar. It turned out beautiful. We customized it with some upgraded handles for the cabinet doors. It turned out beautiful and looks like it’s worth way more than $139! The countertop is definitely on the lower end, but you get what you pay for. I still think it was an excellent value.
Not a bad sink and vanity for the cost of ~$79 I replaced a pedestal (fully ceramic) sink.
I sealed the Particle Board the best i could with polyurethane prior to installing. I also caulk sealed the base where it touches the floor. Otherwise like with any bathroom fixture, the moisture will start getting absorbed into the Particle Board. For the cost it is great. Do not expect a +$200 set up though
This simple, white vanity for our 2nd Bathroom was perfect. We had to pick it up at our local Home Depot since delivery was not an option. The only adjustments we had to make was to the doors that just had to be aligned - a simple twist of the screw on the hinge and we had to cut holes in the bottom to fit the pipes in. All in all I rated it a 5 if simplicity and ease of installation is what you are looking forward. Not fancy at all or difficult to install. Of course the faucet and pipe hardware has to be purchased separately.