How To Build Your Own Bathroom Vanity Cabinet DIY
Do you want to learn how to build your own bathroom vanity cabinet? Great!
I’m renovating my entire house right now, and just put the finishing touches on one of the bathrooms.
See below for my step-by-step guide on how I built this modern white oak lower vanity cabinet. It cost me less than 300 bucks!
(Be sure to watch the other video, of how I built the top mirror cabinet of my bathroom vanity, too!)
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Watch Part 1 Of My DIY Modern White Oak Vanity Cabinet Tutorial
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In today’s video, I’m going to show you how I built the lower part of my modern White Oak lower vanity cabinet for less than $300.
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 and the drawer front itself.
Any questions let me know in the comments!
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Now head on over to part 2, to see how I built and installed the top half of the cabinet!
What the bathroom looked by before the reno:
And the same bathroom, after:
Hellow thank you for the video is great. Do you habe drawing plans for the bathroom furniture?
Thank you for watching! I’m in the process of creating plans, but I don’t have them yet sorry!
Hi RadDadBuilds. Do you have the rough dimensions of the floating white oak vanity?