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Project by PaBull posted 07-01-2008 07:05 AM 2951 views 20 times favorited 16 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.

-- rhykenologist and plant grower





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Bigbuck

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#1 posted 07-01-2008 07:17 AM

Looks great, I gota say I really like the way the cabinet and that sink go together.

-- Glenn, New Mexico

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trifern

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#2 posted 07-01-2008 12:31 PM

Beautifully designed and executed. Thank you for sharing.

-- My favorite piece is my last one, my best piece is my next one.

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Greg Wurst

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#3 posted 07-01-2008 12:53 PM

I have a small bathroom like that with a pedestal sink. A cabinet like that would add some much needed storage room. Thanks for the idea!

-- You're a unique and special person, just like everyone else.

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pashley

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#4 posted 07-01-2008 01:51 PM

Well done, I like it just plain maple as well.

-- Have a blessed day! http://newmissionworkshop.com

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Grant Davis

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#5 posted 07-01-2008 02:25 PM

I cannot let SWMBO see this one or I will have another project on my list. Great job on the cabinet.

-- Grant...."GO BUCKEYES"

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#6 posted 07-01-2008 02:29 PM

I really like those kind of sinks, my wife and I almost got one for our kitchen. Beautiful vanity. Really nice job.

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

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Marco Cecala

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#7 posted 07-01-2008 03:16 PM

Great execution and a nice clean finish that will help it to look good for years. Nice job on the color, really nice!

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rtb

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#8 posted 07-01-2008 03:36 PM

AnythingI can say would be redundent, but as we are currently finishing the interior of a small log home I will be watching closely for all the ideas I can gleam from you. VERY WELL DONE IN ALL ASPECTS !!

-- RTB. stray animals are just looking for love

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CharlieM1958

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#9 posted 07-01-2008 05:06 PM

Very nice work!

-- Charlie M. "Woodworking - patience = firewood"

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Dusty56

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#10 posted 07-01-2008 05:07 PM

very nice indeed : )

-- I'm absolutely positive that I couldn't be more uncertain!

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Sawdustonmyshoulder

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#11 posted 07-01-2008 05:32 PM

PaBull,

Good looking cabinet. Before you tossed the “stand” it came with, did you trace the front rail to fit the sink or did you have to come up with the curve yourself? And if you had to come up with the curve yourself, how about enlightening us?

Like the “Shaker” look with the flat panels. Matches well with the sink design. Going to bookmark this one and show the wife.

Thanks.

-- The more skilled you are at something, the worse you are at it when someone is watching.

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PaBull

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#12 posted 07-01-2008 05:50 PM

Wow, what a welcome for such a little cabinet.

The space I had to work with for depth was only 14”. The sink “belly” is flat on the back. So before I tossed the old cabinet i traced the front. I scribed the top and sides in within an 1/16-1/8” than I took a brown caulking (HD had a nice match for me) and before the last coat of poly I put the caulking in place. I used masking take to cover wall and wood before I used the caulking and give it an extra 1/16 and use a coulking knife to scape off the extra caulking. After putting the caulking on finish off with the last coat of polyurithane.

The recessed panel doors are made on the router table.

-- rhykenologist and plant grower

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Blake

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#13 posted 07-01-2008 06:03 PM

I really like this one. Nice job and very classy looking. Favorited!

-- Happy woodworking!

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Grumpy

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#14 posted 07-02-2008 02:12 AM

I see what you mean about the flush finish. Great job.

-- Grumpy - "Always look on the bright side of life"- Monty Python

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Michael Brailsford

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#15 posted 07-25-2008 02:07 PM

very very nice. I have been planning on building a classic commode and installing a vessel sink on it.

-- Michael A. Brailsford

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