So after prying off the sink top and backsplash, Justin followed online tutorials to create concrete-and-recycled-glass replacements. He measured the vanity top, then built molds from melamine shelving, with cutouts for an undermount sink and gooseneck faucet he had already nabbed at bargain prices. He whipped up his own custom mixture of cement, sand, pebbles, and recycled glass, then poured four pieces for the counter and backsplash. While the vanity top cured, he crafted flat-panel doors and drawer fronts for the existing box.
Shown: Blah walls and a black seashell sink made the original bath feel "hokey," says Justin.