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That did come out nice, what did you use to seal and finish the top with?
 

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I used several coats of epiphanes spar boat varnish. I figure if it protects the wood on a boat, why shouldn't it on a vanity top
 

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First of all very beautiful cabinet I like those contrasting natural wood and white colours, as well as circle ornaments on fronts. I still don't understand that concept - where are those sinks gone on the second photo and where are holes?
 

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My first thought was Wow! That looks so nice! My second thought is the same as Ivan's comment. I really like the look of this I hope you add more info to explain how you got this done. And are the drawers functional? Thanks for sharing!
 

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the vanity itself is pre built and yes drawers are functional with a cut around where the trap will actually go. very well thought out vanity. The other picture without the holes was just prior to cutting out the holes via template for the sink bowls that sat down in it.
 

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Thanks chiming back in buckbuster3, I like the concept! They never put enough drawers in the bathrooms. This is a huge plus and a great idea. I like it….Nice work!
 
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