Looking for 5' Vanity

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Looking for 5' Vanity

Postby George Davidson » Fri, Mar 03 2006, 11:32PM

Need to make a 5' Vanity
It has to be one pice looking for ideas
All I could come up with I think the cabinet is to plane

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Postby DanEpps » Sat, Mar 04 2006, 6:27AM

Audrey posted a nice vanity design a week or so ago. You might want to check it out. Here is the post: http://www.thermwood.com/forums/viewtopic.php?t=1791

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Postby George Davidson » Sat, Mar 04 2006, 7:08AM

Thank You Dan

I will have to try legs
It is for a builder that is a plumber
and it is for one of his customers.
I will never get to talk to the customer!
The plumber has 10 trucks they do all tall brothers house around here.
Tall brothers wants use to do there trim and all there custom
work.They have asked me to do it for the last 15 years I keep
saying (NO) they do bad work around here.I have made a lot of money
off them going in after about 2 years. When the customers would like the
job done right.So if I did there work it would be done right then I wouldn't
make exter money.Our name gets pasted around the Tall Brothers houses.For the repairs

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Postby Kerry Fullington » Sat, Mar 04 2006, 8:51AM

George,
I think Thermwood has your answer for fancy. I want to try this piece.
Kerry

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Postby George Davidson » Sat, Mar 04 2006, 9:10AM

I don't think my is close to that

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Postby George Davidson » Sat, Mar 04 2006, 10:16AM

K-Mart Specil

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Postby Kerry Fullington » Sat, Mar 04 2006, 10:59AM

George I like the vanity with the legs. the only other things I can think of to do in only 60\" Space are maybe some ornaments and some fluting, etc.
If the ends are exposed you could do raised ends with radius corners and feet. Applied molding doors are nice. A double bowed front would also be nice but expensive.
One last thing. You might try turning your \"Leg\" Vanity into a slight bow front or double bow front. That would give it a nice furniture look.

Kerry
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Postby George Davidson » Sat, Mar 04 2006, 1:59PM

They just told me it is a kids bathroom
They did not want to put a lot of money in it?

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Postby Kerry Fullington » Sat, Mar 04 2006, 2:18PM

George,
That is Perfect!!!
Kerry

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Postby Perry Pravettone » Sat, Mar 04 2006, 5:02PM

George thats to funny :lol: :lol:

Perry


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