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A built-in cabinet for our small bath

Project by jeffbranch posted 02-27-2011 05:44 PM 6068 views 3 times favorited 3 comments Add to Favorites Watch
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We have a very smalll second bathroom in our home. As such, storage space has been almost non-existant. Recently we had some plumbing work completed which required a hole to be cut one of the walls in this bath. To our surprise, we found a significant un-used space behind the wall. Since I already had a 2’ x 3’ hole in the wall, I decided to begin a project to add a built-in cabinet set into the wall and utilizing the un-tapped space. Here is a quick overview of the project…

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Above – the skeleton of the built-in made of oak plywood and birch plywood.

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Above – the beaded face face frame made of quarter sawn white oak.

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Above – stained and finished with satin wipe-on poly and installed.

This was a fun project – some basic boxes dressed up with drawers and moldings.

Jeff

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posted 03-15-2011 05:03 AM

Beautiful! Just what I wanted to do in my bathroom. Now that I see it, I love it.

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posted 03-15-2011 03:07 PM

Deckard – we were lucky to have the unused space to build this into. Thanks for the comment.

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