Built In Bathroom Vanity Plans
I'm always drawing up plans and have folders full of them. Today I'm sharing plans for a DIY Vanity. A Double Vanity to be specific! This vanity is 32″ wide with center drawers. - secure bottom. This second bottom is going to make this big vanity heavy but will add stability and help
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Build Your Own Bathroom Vanity Intentionally cut a bit oversized, each plywood part is then run through the tablesaw to ensure that each piece is consistently sized. Read Justin Fink's full article from Fine Homebuilding #252
The base of the vanity is also Purebond. I added 3/4″ pocket holes around the base of the whole thing before attaching to the inside of the cabinet. Here she is ready for her door! I cut the door pieces to size on this part, and then added 3/4″ pocket holes to both ends of each shorter board.
Cut your 3/4" maple plywood down to size for the framing. Ours was 80-9/16"x21 1/8", but the size will vary depending on your bathroom dimensions. 2. Drill about seven holes in four columns along the shorter length, starting 3 feet, 8 inches in from the edge.
DIY bathroom vanity plans sometimes come from other rooms in the house. This old cabinet used to function as a dining room buffet but now works perfectly as a double-sink vanity. Center drawers were removed for easy-access storage.