Narrow Depth Vanity Design Ideas
Narrow depth vanity – Bathroom vanities come in many shapes and sizes. Some have sinks in them and some do not. Moreover, their common depth 22 inches, including the top. To change the height or the depth of your bathroom vanity, extend the height of the end panels and the width of the shelf.
Building cabinet to narrow depth vanity, place two pieces of plywood measuring 29¼ inches tall (vanity ends) on a worktable. Then measure one end and make a mark at 4 inches. And then place the framing square on the mark and draw a line of 20-inch width of the plywood. Also measure in from one of the long sides of the plywood and make a mark on the line drawn. Then place the framing square on the mark and draw a line to the bottom of end panel. Cut-square with the jigsaw. Applying glue on the upper edge of the studs and placing the plywood is 28½ inches long on top of the studs.
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Apply glue to the short edges of the 28½-by-4-inch plywood and secure it between the end of the panels on the top and back of the bathroom vanity. This is called a spike strip. Turn the cabinet over as spike strip is facing up. Apply glue to the edges of the two end panels, the bottom shelf and the spike strip. Then turn over the bathroom narrow depth vanity as it is on the back.