Simple Open Farmhouse Style Vanity

Submitted by Ana White on Wed, 02/13/2019 - 23:05
Difficulty
Beginner
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With raised sinks so popular these days, why not save some money and create a open vanity? You can add a shelf under the sink or even rolling laundry bins. This simple plan can be easily scaled to any space. Special thanks to our readers for sharing their photos.

simple modern open style bathroom vanity with two white sinks
Dimensions
diagram of the farmhouse style bathroom vanity with white sinks
60" Wide x 30" tall x 18" Deep

Preparation

Shopping List

2 – above mount sinks, approximately 18″ wide x 15″ deep

1 – 4x4 - 10 feet long

1 – 1×6 - 12 feet long

1 – 1×3 Boards, you will only need less than 12″

Plywood or project panel 60″ x 18″ or make a tabletop out of two 1x10 boards, 60" long

2 1/2″ screws

Wood Glue

Wood Filler

Paint and Sealant

Cut List

A) 4 – 4×4 @ 29 1/4″ (Legs)

B) 4 – 1×3 @ 5 1/2″ (Spacers)

C) 2 – 1×6 @ 10″ (Side Aprons)

D) 2 – 1×6 @ 15 1/4″ (Top Side Supports)

E) 2 – 1×6 @ 49″ (Front and Back Aprons)

Tools
Tape Measure
Speed Square
Pencil
Safety Glasses
Hearing Protection
Kreg Jig
Circular Saw
Brad Nailer
Power Sander
General Instructions

Work on a clean level surface with good straight boards. Predrill and countersink your screws. Measure and mark out your joints before fastening. Use glue and 2 1/2″ screws unless otherwise directed. Check for square after each step.

Instructions

Step 1

Spacer. Fasten the spacer to the legs, as shown above. Use the 2 1/2″ screws and glue.

Step 2

Side Apron. Fasten the side apron to the spacers, as shown above.

Step 3

Top Support. Fasten the top support, as shown above. Notice the front and back of the support will have a different position on the legs. This is important, because you want your back apron to sit flush with the backs of the legs, and then the back of the wall behind the vanity. You can also choose to secure the vanity to the wall through this back apron.

Step 4

Front and Back Aprons. Fasten the front and back aprons in place.

Step 5

Comments

Noemi.me

Sun, 12/18/2011 - 09:40

I was searching for a discount bathroom vanity until I saw this project. It is really great and perfect for a farmhouse bathroom design! I will definitely try to make it even if I don't have so much talent on doing this but I hope that it will finally look almost the same.

Tameka (not verified)

Tue, 06/19/2012 - 19:00

This vanity is beautiful. What would need to be done to the plans to add shelves at the bottom for baskets?

mayoef

Sat, 05/11/2013 - 16:32

Hi Ana! I absolutely love your website! We've built shelves, beds, and now this vanity. How exactly did you fasten the top of the vanity to the legs without screws showing? I just wasn't sure how to complete it and on the instructions it just says "fasten" THanks! I'll post pictures when I finish it!

ibthemom

Wed, 02/26/2014 - 08:51

I love this vanity-- however, when I clicked on the pic of the single bowl vanity, it showed these plans for a double bowl. Where are the plans for the single? I am a starter and need everything listed out for me- lol. I can't modify. Thanks!

marianneknoles

Sat, 05/16/2015 - 17:42

how are you attaching the apron boards to the spacers? With screws from the front or with a Kreg jig?

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