Published at Wednesday, October 10th 2018. by Cathy Huff in Bathroom Vanity.
Bench bathroom vanity. So it's a perfect solution to update a small bathroom or a powder room on a budget. Those two drawers are just faux drawer fronts mounted on a hinged door, so you've even got some hidden storage underneath the sink. Scott stained, it a nice deep brown, but this would be beautiful in any wood tone. You could liven up a small bathroom by painting it. A bold color. Tell me in the comments what color you'd make this vanity for your home, especially if you are going for a bold color to make this vanity you'll need some lumber and plywood a pocket hole, and pocket hole, screws and two sets of hinges.
You'll also need a miter saw. A table saw or circular saw for the cuts, plus a drill to assemble. The link is in the description box. Below. Cut all of your wood pieces. According to the cut list, including cutting the plywood to size for the side, panels. For an extra nice touch, Scott made book-matched panels. Check out the tutorial on his site for how to do that. For a professional look. To assemble one side layout two legs with a top rail middle rail and bottom rail. It's helpful to cut some scrap wood to use as spacers to keep things properly. Spaced.
Inset the side panel one-quarter from the face of the legs using quarter-inch scrap pieces then apply glue to the ends of the rails, clamp and attach using the pocket. Then you'll flip the side assembly, over. Double check your measurements then clamp and attach the panel. Repeat this for the other side. Next cut the plywood boards for the rest of the vanity and begin to assemble the vanity frame. You'll attach two pieces across the front between the two side assemblies then slide the bottom of the cabinet into place and attach. Then install the upper back cross piece and the back seat. Again, it's helpful to cut scraps to use as spacers. To make the lower shelf you'll attach an upright slat along the back and then the other three slats along the bottom, to create the slotted shelf.
Here's a tip from Scott a scrap piece of 3/4 inch wood with a penny taped to it is nearly perfectly 11/16 of an inch spacing for its slats. Finish the lower with another slat and an upright slat for the front seat assembly. To give it a nice finished, look and add two small pieces of plywood underneath the front seat assembly for stability. Now all you have left is making the drawers and adding the sink. Cut a piece of plywood to the size specified in the building plans and then cut two smaller pieces to the specified size to be the faux drawer fronts. If you're looking for those particular sizes.
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