Single Sink, Double Vanity

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About This Project

PureBond birch plywood

I started by searching Ana’s website for a vanity plan, and found a really great jumping off point with this plan. The problem was that it was for a single sink in cabinet size. But I was looking for something about five feet long that would incorporate a drawer and countertop area so my little miss will have lots of space for makeup and hair products and all those other girly things. I added a shelf to the cabinet, made the top 66" long and added a drawer and some spindle legs to give it the extra length it needed as well as a vanity area. I also incorporated Ana's genius idea to make the kickplate into a pull out step stool with drawer slides and some scraps. My blog post features the modified cut list as well as my step by step assembly for it. I love this vanity and am so proud to say I built it all by myself!

Required Skill Level: 
Beginner
Estimated Time Investment: 
Afternoon Project (3-6 Hours)
Finish Used: 
Minwax Golden Oak stain and three coats of Rustoleum Spar Varnish (an outdoor varnish as this is a humid and wet environment) to the base and five on the top.
Estimated Cost: 
$75

Comments

I love how you customized the furniture to keep in mind your needs and those of your little miss. =D It looks great!

Yvonne @ sunnysideup-stairs.blogspot.com