Double Vanity Design

We’ve been discussing remodeling our master bathroom for a while so I’ve come up with a design to replace our old double vanity. This design has a lot more usable storage and hopefully looks much better as well.

 

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I think my 2nd vanity design turned out pretty good even though I’m not super excited with how everything turned out but hope that I have included enough details. I started off with 60 3/4″ x 20 3/4″ x 34 5/8″ as my overall dimensions. I really only picked that size because it matches the width and depth of my current one. Next time I will probably round to the nearest inch. After designing and measuring everything relative to the surrounding boards I’ve ended up with a few weird measurements like 23 13/32″. Most of this stuff is subject to change in your own project so I decided it wasn’t worth it to go through the entire design to sort it all out. Especially since at this point, any minor change can affect a lot of other boards, drawers, doors, etc… Next time I will try to focus on on easier measurements. I am getting ready to build this and will be taking notes along the way for possible changes.

 

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I decided to go for a smaller 1 1/2″ face frame instead of 2″ to hopefully squeeze a little more storage out of a small space, even if it is only 3″ overall..

 

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Anything with a raised panel is subject to change depending on the size of your router bit set.  I try to cut panels 3/32 smaller than the inside to allow for expansion. I’ll then put tooth picks or cork in there to help keep it centered.

 

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I really hate digging through crap to find whats at the back of a cabinet so I’m putting some slider drawers in the bottom of them. If this turns out really handy then my wife will soon find some under our  kitchen sink.
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The counter is currently planned to be concrete. I’ll make it 1 3/8″ thick because that’s the size of the foam I’ll use as the sink inserts. The sinks are the cheap Decolav ones from the big box store which I used with my previous under-mount concrete counter.

Supply list:

Hardwood (+10%): 12 Board Feet
3/4″ Ply: 2 Sheets
5/8″ Ply: 1 Sheet
3/16″ Ply: 1 Sheet

Here is the cut list I came up with. Some of the lengths are a bit long but most of those aren’t the final dimension.

Double Vanity Cut list

Item Qty Width Length Board Inch Notes
Face Frame (3/4 Hardwood)
Rails/Stiles
Center Stiles 2 1 1/2 23 1/8 69 3/8
Outside Stiles 2 1 1/2 30 5/8 91 7/8
Bottom Rail 1 1 1/2 57 3/4 86 5/8
Fo Door
Center Stiles 2 1 1/2 3 9
Outside Stiles 2 1 1/2 6 18
Rails 2 1 1/2 55 3/8 166 1/8 (Subject to bit)
Outside Panels 2 3 1/4 17 4/9 113 1/3 (Subject to bit)
Inside Panel 1 3 1/4 18 15/32 60 (Subject to bit)
Doors (3/4 Hardwood)
Stiles 2 2 22 15/16 91 3/4
Rails 2 2 18 7/32 72 7/8 (Subject to bit)
Panel 1 19 5/8 14 29/32 292 1/2 (Subject to bit)
Slides (3/4 Hardwood)
Outside Support 2 3 20 120
Box front/back 2 3 17 13/32 104 4/9
Sides 2 3 18 1/2 111
Bottom 1 15 25/32 18 1/2
Drawers (3/4 Hardwood, 5/8, 3/16 Ply)
Face (3/4 Hardwood)
Stiles 2 2 7 9/19 29 8/9
Rails 2 2 14 17/32 58 1/8 (Subject to bit)
Panel 1 5 1/16 14 1/2 73 2/5
Boxes (5/8, 3/16 Ply)
Sides 6 7 20 1/8 845 1/4
Front/Back 6 7 16 1/2 693
Bottom 3 19 7/8 16 1/4 969
Cabinet (3/4 Ply)
Sides 2 20 3/4 34 5/8 1437
Center Dividers 2 20 23 1/2 940 (Subject to sinks)
Back 1 60 29 19/32 1775 5/8
Base 1 60 20 3/4 1245
Toe Kick 1 60 5 300
Supports 1 17 3/4 4 3/4 84 1/3

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