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This bathroom vanity was built to replace the ‘builder installed‘ pedestal sink in our ½ bath. It is made from mahogany and oak burl veneer. Veneer was attached using a vacuum bag as opposed to a veneer press
I like using curves in my designs. The details include: veneered doors, period hardware, green marble vanity top was selected because the grain pattern lines up with the vanity.
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How did you make the curved doors? I dont have a vacuum system.
That's nice mate, you've inspired me.
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