Published at Wednesday, October 10th 2018. by Kristie Goodwin in Bathroom Vanity.
So here's the sink that my wife wants to be installed in this vanity. So it's a nice copper sink, and so I have placed it on my vanity top and I have marked out where the sink is gonna go, and so once I figured that out, I have to use a jigsaw to cut the circle. Now we're going to trim the end ends, so the whole thing will thirty-six inches with the side and front trim included so after rough cutting.
The top now comes in for the final cut to a length for the top on this end and again on the other. So now cutting the opening for the sink insert for it go it's a matter of drilling the hole and getting your jigsaw in there and cutting it to the right dimension. So the next step, I'm gonna do is a dry fit where I have all my simple part positioned where they're gonna go. But let me show you why doing a drop fit is important.
I've drawn my leg where it's gonna be positioned. Two inches from the edge so it'll go in here like this now I originally drew this as the spot for of that to go, and I realized that no, my look I want is to be on the inside edge to have more of the leg exposed. This look here is what I wanted, so I had to exit out, and that is the proper look now on this one over here, I'm having a different item to look at because this sink has this drain hole here cannot put it there because it makes contact with that now it's okay, because I'm actually gonna have a two inch lip off of the front edge.
I can bring this up to two inches and do that so now what I realized, I will probably put a small piece in here for construction purposes, to hold my legs into place and then I'll come in and mount this face plate after I've put the sink In I know exactly what my clearance is for the drain hole, that's what a dry fit will help you figure out. If you everything lined up so now we're adding a little bit of taper to the outside portion of the leg.
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