HEMNESSink cabinet with 2 drawersArticle Number403.487.63
Width: 19 "
Height: 4 ¼ "
Length: 39 ¾ "
Weight: 43 lb 10 oz
Just put it together .ChristineJust put it together . Haven't used it yet. Seem to be good quality.4
Love this style!DianaLove this style!5
VanityMarilynWe bought this to match the furniture in our bedroom but the stain much lighter than our furniture.
The sink that comes with it is extremely nice and we love the style.4
Great little double vanityBARCLAYThis is great, it was about the only double vanity I could find in this size, I wish it was. stand alone and not designed to be attached to the wall, I rigged back legs to it so I wouldn't have to drill through my tile. the drawers are spacious and are well designed to avoid all the plumbing.5
Looks greatSaleemLooks great5
Beautiful and functional design.JessicaBeautiful and functional design.5
Beatiful and good qualityMarinaMy husband and I were looking for something modern to renovate our 22 years old bathrooms, and very glad that we find what we exactly wanted in IKEA. Modern, good quality, it takes time but it's not hard to install.5
Great alternative to pedestal sinksMichaelThe surface isn’t the greatest in a wet environment but it is good enough and they look great and have drawers!!!5
Bathroom SinkAudreyPlenty of storage space and looks great5
Master BathroomRebeccaI love the storage space and that it’s made solid. I also like the clean simple design. It goes well with a variety of decor styles!5
Love the blue color!MelissaI was so happy when I saw they came out with a new color for this vanity. It goes perfectly in my bathroom and looks beautiful with their gold faucet.5
High quality, durable finish. LooksJayHigh quality, durable finish. Looks great.5
Nice oneDanIt takes me about one hour to install but absolutely worth.5
Received the wrong unitSusanThis vanity has just been installed so I can’t comment on how it looks over time. Quality is good, no scratches. My main problem is I ordered the Hemnes with a center knob and received the 2 knob version. My husband put it all together before I noticed. While it’s not what I wanted, it looks good .3
Bought 2 of these forELIZABETHBought 2 of these for our master bathroom update, and love it! It’s our 3rd bathroom update, so we knew generally what to expect. The only issue we encountered was having to shorten the back of the bottom drawer to fit in with our plumbing fixtures, but again we knew it going in. My favorite aspect is the drawer storage option as it seems to offer a smarter usage of space to fit all our needs. It’s a good low-mid price DIY option, if one is working on a smaller budget.4
BeautifulRebeccaSolid wood, great quality. Deep drawers hold loads of stuff5
Great and inovative way toAnthonyGreat and inovative way to build a vanity for a bathroom!5
Great!JennyLooks clean and simple. I love it4
My Second Hemnes VanityKarenThese are reasonably easy to assemble. I like having a full top drawer. I shopped and looked at many different vanities. This is the 2nd time I ended up buying and installing the Hemnes.5
Easiest cabinet to installAlanThis was by far the easiest cabinet to install. It has a lot of room and the plumbing came with it I believe. We bought the IKEA sink and with the plumbing provided I've never had an easier time installing both the cabinet and the plumbing. Good quality cabinet.5
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100% wood from more sustainable sources
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