Cheshire Vanity Stool
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Cheshire Vanity Stool When we remodeled our master bathroom, I made sure to leave a space in the center of our vanity for a seat so that I could sit while doing my hair and make-up.Well, a year and a half later, I'm finally getting to build the stool.
Modeled after Pottery Barn's Manchester Bar Stool, I modified the design to be a smaller height ideal for a vanity.(In order to create the original barstool height, simply make your legs a bit longer.For the tall barstools, cut your 2x2s to 27 1/4″, allowing for 2″ of foam.
For the medium sized barstools, your 2x2s should be 23 1/4″ long.I would also compensate for this additional hight by slightly raising up your 2×2 leg supports.) This is an ideal beginner building project.
It only took me about an hour to build the stool and about an afternoon to upholster.It also uses very simple materials as you only need 3 boards and a plywood scrap to build it.(If using pine, it equals out to about $5 in lumber.
) Head over to my blog to see the full project plan!oldpaintdesign.com/2011/10/14/cheshire-vanity-stool/ HANDMADE FROM THIS PLAN >> Projects built from this plan.Thank you...