Wednesday, June 18, 2014

DIY Bathroom Vanity

I really don't have plans for this vanity Matt built. He designed it and built it as he went. I did find a few other tutorials/blogs that is the basis for our vanity. Go HERE and HERE to see what I am talking about.

Here are a few detailed pictures to look at. Maybe you can see what Matt did and go off and build your own...

We moved the vanity into the bathroom to make sure it fit. I kinda liked the lighter wood, but we decided that it needed to be darker. So after sanding it down we stained it. We also stained the butcher block counter top.

He attached the vanity to the wall by drilling screws through it into the studs. Since there is a gap between the vanity and the wall (the baseboards caused this) he had to add a board between the two.

We attached the butcher block counter top to the vanity by using four brackets, two on each end.

As you can see, we used nice metal piping under the sink.

I love how it turned out!

We spent $80 for the Butcher Block and maybe $80 for the vanity lumber.

Vanity Measurements:
Width: 57.5"
Depth: 25.5"
Height: 32.5"

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