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cabinet in master bath done!

Project by PaBull posted 2176 days ago 2257 views 2 times favorited 8 comments Add to Favorites Watch

This is the smallest bathroom cabinet in the house. This is one of the few completely done. All cabinets in the house are made of Hard Maple. The sink I bought at Lowes. It came with a cheap cabinet that I tossed. The hardest part about this style cabinet with the flush doors is, to keep it all flush. The finish is tung and polyurithane.

I had this posted at LJ for a while.



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tenontim

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posted 2175 days ago

Real nice job on this. Were you able to use the old cabinet as a pattern for the sink cut out. Best way, I’ve found for doing the flush front is to put it all together and break out the belt sander. Looks like you have a good method. Turned out nice. Thanks for the post.

-- Tim

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PaBull

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posted 2175 days ago

Yes i did trace the old cabinet it came with. I sribed the sink and wall as close as possible and use a brown caulking to fill the seam before the last coat of Zar.

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dennis

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posted 2175 days ago

nice job on the inset doors!

-- http://woodsongsfurniture.com

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Michal Bulla

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posted 2173 days ago

Looks really great!

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Todd Thomas

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posted 2028 days ago

Just saw this…looks very nice…great work…

-- Todd- Oak Ridge, TN

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PaBull

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posted 2028 days ago

Thanks Todd.

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MRTRIM

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posted 2028 days ago

exellent job bull !

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PaBull

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posted 2027 days ago

Thanks MrT. It was a fun project.

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