Diy Bathroom Vanity Save Money By Making Your Own Cabinets
Diy bathroom vanity save money by making your own cabinets is article about For The Home bookmarked by clinton with ID 12448382605 was uploaded on 03-03-2019 and has been viewed 357,455 times.
Building a new cabinet and installing a new bathroom sink.We are kicking off the new year by remodeling our guest bathroom.The first project is building a new bathroom vanity.The old sink stood only 28″ (71 cm), making it somewhat uncomfortable to use.
At least for someone my height.The standard height of a bathroom vanity today is 32″ (81 cm), but 'comfort height vanities' are not uncommon and can be as tall as 36″ (91 cm).I chose to make this one sit at 34″ (86 cm), which is very comfortable.
The height also just looks more substantial in the room.Cabinetmaking is really quite simple.It's just a matter of making a big box.Typically, cabinets are built using 3/4″ (18mm) plywood for the structure, 1/4″ (6 mm) ply for the back, and solid lumber for the face frames, door frames, and drawer fronts.
If you install drawers, they are often constructed out of 1/2″ (12mm) plywood.I like to cut down a full sheet of plywood into rough sizes and then get an exact cut on my tablesaw.If you have a good circular saw and a method for making accurate straight cuts, you can skip the tablesaw.
I joined the bottom...