Hickory Bath Vanity

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Image Gallery – https://ift.tt/2KDcjDK wife and I are getting ready to demo and renovate our 32 year old guest bathroom. The bathroom still has the original vanity that my wife nor I particularly care for. When we started looking for vanities to replace the current one, we quickly realized that the ones we liked were in the neighborhood of $1,500-2,000.Since becoming a homeowner, I’ve gotten more in to woodworking, to the point where I said “I could build a vanity out of quality materials for a lot less then the ones were looking at buying.Over the past three weeks, this is what I’ve been working on during the weekends and a couple hours in the evening during the week. I’m really happy with how everything turned out. A breakdown of the materials used and the cost is provided below:• $322 – Wood (4×8 sheet of 3/4” Hickory plywood, 5×5 sheet of 1/2” Baltic Birch plywood, 5×5 sheet of 1/4” Baltic Birch plywood, 22 board feet of 4/4 Hickory)• $196 – Blum Tandem Drawer Slides• $29 – Blum 110* Hinges• $108 – Edge Pull HardwareSo all-in, I spent $650 and a few weeks of my time to build a bath vanity that I’m really proud of, and I know is built with solid, quality materials and hardware. via /r/DIY https://ift.tt/2LX7wxx

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