Building Blue Bathroom Vanity Cabinet
Blue bathroom vanity cabinet – Updating an old worn vanity is a great way to change the appearance of each bathroom. Your new vanity can add drama and quickly become the focus of the room. You can buy your own device, use an antique dry well or agency or build your own and make a real one-of-a-kind play that matches your existing interior design.
Measure the space you have for a blue bathroom vanity cabinet. Draw a rough sketch of the cabinet dimensions and order your countertop from a local hardware store. Build a base from plywood. Glue tabs to the front. This will act as a toe kick for the cabinet. The height of the base should be 4 1/2 inches, the depth should be 21 inches, and the width should be proportional to the dimensions you have. Use one of four inch boards for the sides and back, then level the base with shims.
Add a support rail on the rear wall, 29 1/4 inches from the blue bathroom vanity cabinet top of the base. Cut side panels 21 inches deep and 34 1/2 inches high. Cut the toe kick area on both sides, at the bottom of the front of the panel. Attach them to the foot with the finish nails. Nail them to support list on top. Lay out pieces that will be like doors. Upright pieces should be at least 1 1/2 inches wide to facilitate mobility when the doors turn up. The bottom of the trim should be an inch wide, and the top piece two inches wide. Either tick the corners to get a more beautiful look or cut a piece of wood either bit so that they overlap. Attach the door fronts with hinges and screws. Add door handle.