Building Bathroom Floor Cabinet

Jan 8th

Building your own Bathroom Floor Cabinet requires a set of plans and some woodworking tools. The plans can be purchased either online or at a home store or woodworking store. Alternatively, any person who can accurately use a tape measure can draw them. Once you have the plan that you choose, the next step is to determine a list of materials. By purchasing all of your materials at once, you are sure to have everything needed at hand when you begin mounting your bathroom cabinet.

Black Modern Bathroom Floor Cabinet
Black Modern Bathroom Floor Cabinet

Instructions

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Measure the area where you want to place the Bathroom Cabinet. Write down the exact measurements for each dimension of the cabinet; height, width and length. Even an eighth of an inch can make a big difference in the final look. Use a pen and paper to draw a rough sketch of the cabinet you want to build. Transfer all appropriate measurements to the appropriate part of the drawing.

Using a CAD program can help visualize the Bathroom Dresser in 3D before building and can help determine the list of materials you need at home store or garden. Determine which type of wood you want to build the cabinet with. Keep in mind that a bathroom is a damp environment and the wood needs extra protection. Add a stain and sealer or paint you selected to your material list. Determine the type of hardware you want to use on the cabinet. Remember to think of different styles of handles and knobs and do not forget the hinges for doors. Add your hardware to your inventory. Remember to add screws, nails and waterproof wood glue to your list for mounting the cabinet.