Published at Wednesday, October 24th 2018. by Jerry Pitts in Bathroom Vanity.
bathroom vanities. I built three versions of these two of these double vanities, a compliant vanity. In case you need a wheelchair access and also a regular single vanity, so I will have plans available for these on my website if you want to check those out, but let's go ahead and get started with the build so the first step in this project, as With any other was breaking down the parts, so I started with rough Cypress, but I designed this project to be able to be built with standard one by fours and one by threes from your local home center.
As I said, I used rough Cypress here, a wood, that's known for its resistance to moisture, and I built these vanities for a local girl summer. Camp bathroom. So I'm sure they'll see a ton of water exposure to making them from Cypress or cedar was a really good choice. I broke down the pieces to their rough sizes on my table, saw and miter saw and then flattened the boards on the planer and joiner. If you're buying one by fours or one by threes, you'll just need a miter saw for this step with all the pieces broken down, I moved on to assembly.
So first I assembled all of the legs. These are just simple, 90-degree glue ups of two pieces of one by three and to assemble the legs. I used pocket screws and glue, but dowels or dominoes would be another great choice here. Once the legs dried, I cut the joinery for the side assemblies of the vanities which are made up of the legs along with the side frame pieces. I use dominoes from my joinery here using eight-millimeter dominoes in this seven-eighths inch, thick Cypress, but pocket holes or dowels would work in the exact same way.
First, I cut the Domino mortises in the legs using the locating pins on the Domino to quickly align. The holes these pins made creating the same hole locations on each leg, extremely quick without having to even measure I cut the mortises for the side frame rail, as well as the face frame rails at this step, sins after assembling the side assemblies. I won't have access to the legs again in the same way.
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