30in Bathroom Vanity

This 30 inch wide vanity was built for the house we are flipping. We wanted something simple with clean lines and a lower drawer. The cabinet is made from pre-primed Purebond plywood and the drawer box is from pre-finished Purebond plywood for that beautiful factory finish. I love working with this stuff because it not only looks great but it makes me feel better knowing that it’s formaldehyde-free and all sourced and manufactured in North America.

The granite was sourced from a local granite yard where they had some remnants laying around. They were able to cut and polish the edges and sink hole. They also installed the Ovalyn Sink from American Standard which has a really cool shallow bowl leaving as much space as possible in the vanity below. Then they came and installed the countertop after the vanity was secured. Finally, we had our plumber run all the plumbing and connect the sink and faucet. This is something we could have done but he was already doing all the plumbing for the entire house so we let him finish it off.

If you are not familiar with the house we are flipping then make sure you check out the Our First Flip section of the site for all the projects we’ve been working on related to it. This vanity is one of the many that will be coming out in the coming weeks.

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..beyond the Vanity

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How to build a 30in Bathroom Vanity

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I made these shaker doors on the table saw which is totally doable but I have had better success with the router bit set and router table.

 

I opted for a solid drawer front since I already had some scrap poplar that would work

This jig from Kreg tool really makes installing drawer pulls painless. I highly recommend it if you see many in your future.

Questions? Comments?

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  • Perfect timing on this post! I have two bathroom vanities I need to replace that are infrequently found sizes and I’ve been looking for a nice, simple vanity plan that I can modify slightly to get the sizes I need. Many thanks!

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    Just curious, what kind of cost did this project come in at?