Yesterday I showed you how I built the lower vanity cabinet of my bathroom vanity.
And today I’m going to show you exactly how I built the top mirror vanity cabinet to go with it.
This is a white oak vanity cabinet with glass mirror doors.
Here’s how to DIY your own mirror vanity cabinet for less than $300.
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Watch Part 2 Of My DIY Modern Bathroom White Oak Vanity Cabinet DIY Tutorial
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White Oak Mirror Vanity Cabinet DIY
I started off this upper vanity project by utilizing all of the spare material left over from the lower vanity.
I built both cabinets from white oak veneer plywood which I picked up from my local hardwood supplier for less than $45 a sheet.
I used solid white oak for the edge banding on the cabinet. I purchased the mirrored glass from a local glass shop that cut the glass to the size of the doors for me.
The material that I’m using is three-quarters of an inch wide oak plywood. I built this upper vanity cabinet in two sections, the glass mirrored section and the open lower section.
Materials that I used
- Fast Caps
- Hinge jig
- Cabinet Hinges
- Shelf Pins
- Trim Router bit
- Drawer Slides
- Edge Tape
- White Pad
Tools That I Used: