Brown bathroom vanities – The bathroom is no longer just a room with bath. It can be a place of relaxation, an area where you can relax from the stress of the day. With this in mind, many people choose to decorate their bathrooms in a mixture of warm and soothing colors like brown. Brown can make a room seem smaller, so avoid painting all the walls in your bathroom brown. Your new brown bathroom vanities can add drama and quickly become the focal point of the room. You can buy a custom device, use an antique dry sink or dresser or build your own and make a truly one-of-a-kind piece to match your existing decor. Measure the space you have for a vanity cabinet. Draw a rough sketch of the cabinet dimensions and order your countertop and sink from a local hardware store.
Build brown bathroom vanities a base of plywood. Glue the veneer to the front. This will act as toe kick for the cabinet. The height of the base should be 4 1/2 inches, the depth should be 21 inches and the width should be proportional to the dimensions you have. Use one of four inch boards for the sides and back, so the level of the base with spacers. Addition of a two-inch overlap on each side, cut ¾ inch plywood to size and create a floor on top of the base. Secure it to the bottom with 1 ½-inch finishing nails. Add a support bar on the back wall, 29 1/4 inches from the top of the base. Cut the side panels 21 inches deep and 34 1/2 inches tall. Cut off the toe kick area on both sides, bottom front panel. Attach them to the base with finish nails. Nail them to support rail at the top.
Build brown bathroom vanities, add a piece that will frame the doors. The upright pieces must be at least 1 1/2 inches wide for ease of movement when the doors swing open. The bottom piece of trim should be an inch wide, and the top piece two inches wide. Either miter the corners for a finished look or cut away part of the tree on either piece to allow them to overlap. Replace the door fronts with hinges and screws. Add the door handles. Add a shelf on the inside of the cabinet, half the depth of the cabinet. Attach shelf supports on each side of the unit, then cut a piece of plywood size and nails it supports. If the plumbing will be in the way, the shelf so that it extends only halfway across or remove a shelf completely.