A bathroom sink cabinets can provide a place to store more things and hide the ugly details of plumbing. If you are remodeling your bathroom, you probably want to replace or add a cabinet under your sink. Buying a built cabinet that meets your needs and fits in the allocated space can be expensive. Build a custom closet in your home and save money for other projects remodeling.
Assembling the frame
- Measure where you want to install the bathroom sink cabinets. Use a measuring tape to determine the width, height and length required.
- With a table saw, cut a sheet of plywood 3/4 inches (1.90 cm) in height and length desired for the back of the closet. Cut a second sheet of plywood 3/4 inches (1.90 cm) in width and length desired for the bottom of the cabinet. Cut additional sheets of plywood 3/4 inches (1.90 cm) in two parts that are the height and depth necessary for the sides of the cabinet.
- Build the framework bathroom sink cabinets. Locate the edges, the bottom as well as the back and utilize a screwdriver to secure each corner from the cabinet which has a wood screw. Further screwing wood screws at the edges where the cabinet parts are joined.
- Cut two strips of walnut finish 3/4 inches (1.90 cm) to the width of the cabinet to the top and bottom cut using a table saw. Subtract 1 1/2 inches (3.81 cm) height wardrobe and cut two strips of walnut finish 3/4 inches (1.90 cm) to fit on the cut side.
- Supports two strips on a flat surface and arm them in the right way. Place the cut of the upper and lower part on and below the side piece parts. Ensures each corner with a screwdriver and a wood screw. Paint or stain the sections with a brush.
- Put the assembled parts upon the front from the cabinet and utilize a hammer to secure them into the rear and sides which has a hammer and finishing nails.
- Slide the bathroom sink cabinets into the desired position. Secure it to the wall with wood screws.
Construction of the top
- Measure the top of the enclosure and determines the location of the sink. Measures the size of it and its distance from the front, rear and both sides of the cabinet.
- Cut to size desired countertop with a table saw.
- Steel angles Place 1 1/2 inches (3.81 cm) on each corner of the cabinet. Angles bolted to the cabinet with screws and a screwdriver. Place the countertop on top of the cabinet and screw angles on the inside of the counter to secure.