Woodworking for the Blind
The vanity is made of red oak wood and features two overlaid doors under the sink and 3 drawers (one small and two larger) in a stepped back portion of the vanity. The top is covered with laminate.
First cabinet view
Second cabinet view
Third View of Cabinets
Fourth View of Cabinets
I did a complete kitchen remodel, including removing walls, moving walls and building all the cabinets.
All the cabinets feature face frame construction. The frames, kick plate, doors and drawer fronts are made of solid red oak. The base cabinets and breakfast bar are made of three quarter inch oak plywood with Melamine bottoms and shelves. The upper cabinets are made of half inch oak and birch plywood with Melamine shelves.
Besides the Breakfast bar there is an upper corner cabinet and an eight foot tall by fourteen inch wide cabinet used as a broom/ utility closet and helps hide the refrigerator.
All the doors are raised panel with Roman Ogee profiles around the in side of the rails and styles as well as a round the out side of the doors. The doors and drawer fronts have hidden finger pulls and concealed hinges so no hardware is visible.
There are eighteen doors of various sizes, including one which is seventy inches tall, (Broom Closet), and seven drawers.
Everything is stained Golden Oak with three coats of General Finishes Enduro Vary satin finish.
The project took Ten and a half months and was completed the day before Christmas eve.