Bathroom remodel cabinets

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Project by Jeff_F posted 10-11-2009 03:51 PM 2241 views 9 times favorited 20 comments Add to Favorites Watch

I recently finished a remodel of our master bathroom and I did the cabinetry work. The finished product has been getting a lot of press lately…it is a feature in the project gallery of the latest issue of Fine Homebuilding (Nov 2009).

The vanity is cherry with crotch cherry panel doors. The floating top is Waterfall Bubinga. It has amazing grain! The sinks are glass vessel bowls. The cabinet on the opposite corner has a cherry top and painted plywood case and doors. The drawers are actually false front doors. There is a low wall next to the toilet area so I put up a divider made with cherry for the frame and bubinga side panels. The center is a single sheet of stained glass.

Hope you like!

-- Jeff,

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#1 posted 10-11-2009 03:57 PM


-- San Diego, CA

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#2 posted 10-11-2009 04:04 PM


I like.

Rich, elegant, luxurious, detailed, contemporary, and … just flat-out beautiful.

Well played, Sir!!

-- -- Neil

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#3 posted 10-11-2009 04:25 PM

Wow, beautiful job. My wife would kill for something like that.

-- (You just have to please the man in the Mirror) Mike from Michigan -

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#4 posted 10-11-2009 04:27 PM

wow, nice work!
it’s all beautiful.

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#5 posted 10-11-2009 04:34 PM

Excellent work! The bubinga woodgrain is stunning.

-- masrol, kuala lumpur, MY.

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#6 posted 10-11-2009 05:26 PM

That looks awesome.

Beautiful work.

-- Kirk H. --

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#7 posted 10-11-2009 05:51 PM

Super nice, very well done. Welcome to Lumberjocks!

-- Les, Wichita, Ks. (I'd rather be covered in saw dust!)

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#8 posted 10-11-2009 07:23 PM

Very good job. The waterfall bubinga is amazing. What did you finish the bubinga with to make it waterproof enough for a bathroom ?

Thanks for sharing

-- 100 fois sur le metier remettez votre ouvrage

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#9 posted 10-11-2009 08:07 PM

Wow Jeff thats a great vanity with great material

-- Custom furniture

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#10 posted 10-11-2009 10:01 PM

Thanks all for the nice feedback. loupitou06 asked about the finish on the Bubinga. It has one coat of Seal-a-Cell to pop the grain followed by 4 or 5 coats of Arm-R-Seal. Both products are from General Finishes. The Arm-R-Seal is an oil & urathane based finish. This provides a tougher finish than a lacquer finish.

-- Jeff,

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#11 posted 10-11-2009 10:38 PM

Awesome! That grain is amazing and rich!

-- Jeremy, Rochester, NY

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#12 posted 10-12-2009 12:47 AM


-- Mike ...Success is often the result of taking a misstep in the right direction

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#13 posted 10-12-2009 02:53 AM

love bubinga grain,
and your works is stunningggggggg.


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#14 posted 10-12-2009 03:12 AM

Jeff, Great designs and gorgeous wood selection. Beautiful craftsmanship.

-- John @

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#15 posted 10-13-2009 12:10 AM

Woooooooooooooooooooooooooow!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Never heard of waterfall bubinga…. I need to find some!

-- Ken, "Everyday above ground is a good day!"

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