Let me tell you, this piece is in the bathroom and divides the tub and toliet area from the "vanity." Yes, the sink is inside the amoire. No, I did not do the plumbing or the electrical but I did do the rest.
I painted the inside of the piece. The inside of the doors had raised panels. I cut cardboard to fit each panel, padded the cardboard, and covered them with black dotted fabric using a glue gun. I wedged these pieces into each opening adding just a dab of glue for insurance.
Once the sink was in I tiled the top shelf using tiles left over from other projects. I gave it a mini splash border in black subway tile and threw in a few random black squares to pick up the black handles on the faucets.
The mirror came from my parent's house and I left the finish exactly like it was because it worked perfectly. Behind the mirror I hung a soft burgundy fabric on an expansion rod.
I will sneak in a small before pic I found of the interior.
This piece was orginally meant for an entertainment center back in the days when the television did not cover the entire wall. So instead of a VCR and tapes it now holds towels and tolietries. The drawers provide additional storage.
The lamp is really for mood lighting. On the ceiling of the cabinet I had installed two puck lights. This along with a track light on the ceiling directly in front of the amoire, provides ample light.
Here are a couple shots of what is hiding behind the amoire.
I am sharing this with Between Naps on the Porch for Metamorphisis Monday.