Corner bedroom vanity – Your little girl wants to do everything you do, including primp and prepare for her beloved audience. Create a small vanity for a corner of your bedroom or a niche next to your vanity, and stock the same with fake pearls, candy lipstick, a nice brush and comb set, and a box of decorative scarves. A fused auxiliary table with a single drawer and four legs can be cut to its size and transformed into a dream dressing table for a girl. Measure the height of an old wooden console on the floor surface to determine where to cut the legs. Depending on the age and height of the child, the vanity should be between 19 and 24 inches high, so mark the legs in the appropriate place. Cut the legs with a hand saw or jigsaw, taking care to keep the trimmings.
And sand the bottom of the legs lightly to remove any plastic debris. Then, paint the vanity table a light color to match the decoration of the room. Tinted lavender white goes with roses or blues easily, and it could not be too demanding if your girl is not in pink. Let the paint dry between layer and layer, but give the table at least two layers to protect it from bumps and scratches. Stack a design on the front of the drawer, marking the contours with a pencil. Use a brush and a fine paint hobby to outline the design in gold or in a contrasting color. Again to place the drawer knob with a knob cutting glass, plastic or plexiglass hardware. Place the vanity against the wall.
Also, paint the vanity frame of an ornate mirror of the flea market or the attic to match the vanity, or paint to match the molding. Hang the mirror on the wall behind the vanity so the diva can check her hair and makeup. Place a wooden stool or a small chair with a ruffled cushion on the front of the vanity and place a small vase with a single flower in front of the mirror. If the child is a child, an artificial flower without water, unbreakable vase would be a good choice. Use the largest size of toilet if you want the table to be useful as a child grows in a preschooler. Just attach an additional mattress on the stool so you can reach the dressing table. When measuring where to cut the legs, be sure to measure from the surface of the board down.