Published at Friday, October 26th 2018. by Jackie Irwin in Bathroom Vanity.
I pressed them together by placing the vanity itself and some other weights on top. After cutting them to size. I jumped on the glue up and did my best to align and clamp everything nicely. I removed all the dust and painted everything white on the inside faces. I also applied several coats of water-resistant varnish on the top and drawer bottoms. I wanted to create the pulls just so that they are not protruding past the front face of the vanity. So the idea here is to make a recessed rectangle and then attach a strip of wood that has an angle towards the inside of the recess, so you can actually grab it with the fingers.
I needed to mount the drawer slides before cutting the final height for the drawer fronts. So I did that using gloves because I really hate when the drawers slides come full of grease. I then screwed the bottoms and started to apply the slides, plasticity parts. I had to cut the tips of the screws, so they don’t peek inside the drawer, but well it was my first experience with hidden drawer, slides and I wish I can get some instructions for next time. Let me know if there’s any good information out there regarding this type of slides because I didn’t find much.
Here I was creating a groove in several passes. Using the track saw to fit the bottom. Now I can finally attach the front pieces and paint the inside face of the fronts. I am carefully working on this drain, pipe relief on the top drawer, but I’ll tell you right away that I had to redo this part, because the spacing was too small. To screw the veneered top in place. I decided to use pocket holes to avoid any visible fasteners. Now I can attach the pulls and start mounting the vanity in place. So this is a pretty old bathroom, with super misaligned tiles, on the walls which makes everything harder, and I also didn’t calculate the plumbing measurements very well.
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