Published at Tuesday, October 30th 2018. by Claudine Galloway in Bathroom Vanity.
We've got some rustic holes and stuff in here and in the middle of this, we'll have the sink. So this is our reclaimed: wood sink top for our vanity, so we're making a rustic top. So we're going to attempt to smooth this today, Jerry. Thank you for this plane. This is a smoothing plane that my friend Jerry, sent me and we'll learn how to use it today and leveling. This top the lesson of the story so I'll have my table legs glued up.
Well, the two by fours that have been smooth that on one side take off the round over what I'm going to do is cut these two by two. So this is the reference point. So I'm going to cut off this section here and then come back over here and cut off that section. There that'll leave me a two by two all right: there we go well. This is the piece we're saving, so we know that we're cutting two inches. This way, we'll cut that and then we'll come back and cut that.
So I have my wind board in here. This is gonna, be the back splash. So I'm gonna blame this semi-smooth again. We want this to be a rough rustic look, so we have a little hole in here and a little seam, so we're just going to take off some of the high spots in here. We're not gonna. Take it down to polish, but take it down to smooth to the touch. So with that here we go okay, so this is a rustic vanity top. So I've done my glue up on some boards. This is the shelf at the lower part, and this would be the vanity top is nothing but 2 by fours.
I've cut the round edges off and I've moved them up. I've done a little planning in here want to keep the differences in the board's distinctly different. A little bit rough as you stain it for that rustic look! 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.
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