|Forum topic by FreddyS||posted 10-18-2015 05:16 PM||619 views||0 times favorited||2 replies|
10-18-2015 05:16 PM
After some projects for me, is time to get the wife happy and build something for her, actually it will be for both of us but she chose the design and I have to comply haha.
We are renovating the shower room but didn’t like the vanities within our budget, and the ones we liked are just too expensive for what you get (mdf +synthetic fake wood laminate ) so we decided to go the DIY way and use real wood.
And this is the one she liked:
It seems like a fairly easy build and already made a plan, but I’m not sure about the best way to join the legs to the top, so any advice will be appreciated!
This are the tools I have, just in case its important: table saw, router table, band saw, kreg jig.
BTW. the original table is said to be made of american oak, (maybe stained?) I was planning to use oak too, but we like more the color of walnut, what’s your advice on this considering it will live on the shower room?
Update: while the original model is like 60” long, I’ll be building my version only 32” long.
Thanks a lot!
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