|Forum topic by david_larch||posted 04-03-2012 03:00 AM||680 views||0 times favorited||3 replies|
04-03-2012 03:00 AM
Ok, so I am in the midst of designing my bathroom vanity in a mid-century modern style. It is 48” long with six drawers, pretty standard. Basically its 3 boxes 18”,12”,18” with an applied end and bottom. I am going to add 2 sliding wood doors in a wooden track (from rockler) to the front to hide some of the face. The bottom track is going to go in a dado in the bottom of the piece. So my question is:
How can I attach the top track to the bottom of the counter? I havent picked it out so I dont know if is stone or composite. If it is stone can I glue and clamp or is this bad news?
note about the photo; I know that the pulls are in the wrong spot, I was mid model – same goes for the other obviously goofy things like the wierd sink.