Published at Thursday, October 04th 2018. by Frankie Gross in Bathroom Vanity.
This bathroom is ready to go. We've already had the tradesmen in and they've done, the electrics and the plumbing. I want to put something of my own in here, so I'm going to build a beautiful Idol floating vanity. It's on a be a real centerpiece for the bathroom here, all the tools and materials I'm going to need to make my floating vanity. The first thing we're going to do is join our two pieces of timber together.
I want to make sure I get the nicest faces iPhone now stand your timber boards up glue, the edges lay them back down and clamp them together, as we don't want to damage our timber. We're just going to use some chalks in between the clamp and the timber to ensure that the boards don't blow up in the middle when clamping we're going to put two additional clamps on top we're now going to remove all the glow from this side of the Board using a chisel and a rag, we use a chisel as this avoids spreading the glue around to get these two boards level and remove the step. We're going to put one block of off cut timber underneath the other on top and we're going to hammer them level. Now the Timbers all level we just need to clean off the excess glue and then leave it to dry, make sure you follow the drying times on the back of the glue you've used. Now it's fully dried I've taken off the clamps and we need to remove any excess glue that has oozed out and then flip it and do the other side as well.
We're now going to stand back at timber, we're going to be using a belt sander here, as it will give us a nice smooth finish. We want to make sure we have a nice level finish as well. It's looking great so sanded back. We need to make two of these, so we're going to repeat exactly the same process for a second board, so you should now have two of these pieces of timber. They've all been sanded back you're now going to pick out the best piece for your top.
You need to mark that and the front edge, so the next thing we're going to do is cut the 45 degree miter at one end, then we're going to measure back to give us the length of a vanity top. Now we've got our top done and mitered out the way we're going to follow a similar process. In this second board, the three pieces we're going to get other side panels the base, and in the return now we need to join the pieces together and go after them before doing. This is a really good idea to mark which pieces are going to join together. Feels like I've now rebated all my lighter corners for my brackets to fit into.
We now need to glue and nail them together when you apply the glue to your corners, just want to make sure you get a really good project, we're going to continue on nailing and gluing our miter corners, making sure that they're flush. This is already starting to take shape, let's glue in this final piece thing now, we just need to put some brackets in to provides an additional strength, we're going to drill and screw in really. We now need to measure the top of our vanity unit, in particular to preserve the natural look of the wood, I'm going to give it a clear stain. This will go on looking kind of milky but it'll dry, clear.
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