I picked this old vanity up at the side of the road. I had ideas to make it into a multipurpose welding, grinding, assembly bench. I had already started working on it when I took this pic...
Cut up a Harbor Freight furniture dolly and mounted it too the bottom to make it portable.
I had a lot of OSB left over from another project so I plated in the back and top with a couple of pieces of that. I also added some reclaimed pallet boards to add some structure to the corners. It is pretty stout.
With the top in place.
Last edited by astroracer; 08-05-2013 at 10:20 AM.
I also added a middle drawer (it was blank) and reinforced all of the drawer slides.
To get the unit up to my working height I added some 2 x 6's on edge to the top. I laid these out so i can slide a clear plastic shoe box into each cubby hole.
Once all of the "updating" was done I decided to give the whole thing a coat of white paint...
I picked up a 1/4" x 24" x 54" piece of steel plate for the top. Itwas a little rusty so I DA'd it down, hit it with some Metal Ready to knock down the surface rust and called it done...
All cleaned up and no where to go...
continued in next post...
Last edited by astroracer; 08-05-2013 at 10:21 AM.
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