60 inch bathroom vanity with double sinks is a project that requires only basic equipment and materials. The sinks can be installed at any distance, depending on personal preference and the size of the sinks themselves. The vanity can also be adjusted in height, width and depth in order to better reflect the dimensions of the room or the users. The basic structure of vanity built first, and then cut holes for sinks and plumbing based on their layouts and sizes.
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Keep these boards are parallel and consider them top and bottom boards. Consider this board a kicker. Drill six inches by side board and into the upper and lower boards. Secure them in place with 2-inch wood screws drilled into each hole. Repeat for an extra side board on the opposite end. Drill holes through this forum, which is the rear board, was 12 inches at the top, bottom and side boards. Place a 2-inch wood screw into each hole and tighten them. Turn on the 60 inch bathroom vanity with double sinks of so the open end is facing up. Drill six inches through the top and bottom boards and the ends of this board, which is between the cards. Rotate the vanity as it is in its intended orientation and repeat my board connection process with the rear board.
Turn the unit to the rear board is again in line with the work. Position two cabinets side-mount hinges on each door and side board together, and mark the screw holes, lifting the doors slightly if necessary. Drill the holes and fasten the hinges with half-inch wood screws. Place the unit against the wall where it will be installed and specify the wall plumbing. Cut out the necessary parts with a saw. Reposition base and determine the location of the sink installations. Cut out the required areas and placing 60 inch bathroom vanity with double sinks in the cutouts.