DIY Vanity Stool Design Ideas

Jan 25th

Build a wooden DIY vanity stool for your vanity as a DIY carpentry project. It consists of a leg vanity stool, seat and support of Cruz. Stools should be made of hardwood such as maple, oak or walnut. Special details of the stool can be added as a decorative border on the lower legs to add a more elegant touch to the design. Place 1-by-14-by-18-inch joints in a surface work with the 14 by 18-inch side lying on the work surface. These are the plates of the leg. Draw a concave decorative curve at a wide end 14 inches from each joint. Use the flexible curve rule to accurately transfer the curve to the second joint. Cut out the decorative curve in the Band Saw along the bottom of each leg panel. Sand the bottom of the legs with sandpaper until it is completely smooth.

Place the 1-by-6-by-22-inch board on a work surface with the 6 by 22 inch flat side. Draw a decorative border along a 22-inch edge of the board. Use the flexible curve rule for symmetrical curves along the edge. This is the transverse support for the  vanity stool. Cut out the decorative edge at the 22-inch edge of the support cross with a band saw. Sand the edge with a sandpaper until it is completely smooth. Place the legs in a parallel surface work with the flat bottom on the work surface approximately 22 inches apart. Place the cross bracket with the decorative border down between the legs. The support should be centered on the width of 14 inches of the legs and the upper edge of the support should be flush with the upper ends of the legs.

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Drive three screws spaced evenly across the outside of the vanity stool legs at the ends of the cross helps to hold the legs with a gun and flush with the adjustment screws. Align the 1-by-14-by-24-inch board on the top ends of the legs. This is the seat. Make sure the seat is flush with the outer edges of the legs. Drive flushes the screws by the top of the seat at the ends of the legs and the top edge of the cross helps every 3 inches. Apply wood putty in the holes with a spatula and let it dry. Sand the putty flush with the surface of the wood. Clean yourself in finished wood of your choice and let it dry before use.