Vanity Dresser With Mirror or fix the hair on a vanity table is easier than standing in front of a bathroom sink or dresser. Dressing on a vanity table in the bedroom leaves the bathroom free for others to use. A vanity table does not have to be big, but makes it big enough to hold a pallet stored underneath it. Build a simple table consisting of a top and leg, or find intricate plans on a finer table
Measure the space for your tables. Design a makeup table on paper to work in a bedroom space without taking over the room. Either a square or kidney-shaped peak is acceptable, or the table may have one or more boxes. Cut out paper templates that will serve as pattern parts. Assemble all the boards needed for the top. Glue and pinch boards to create a flat plan to cut. After the surface is dry and firm, trace up the vanity table on the surface and cut. Alternatively, use half inch thick plywood for the top. Cut off the top with a jigsaw if you make a kidney-shaped vanity table. A table top saw will work on a square top. Sand all surfaces.
Use a drill and attachment to create holes for wooden legs to fit into the top. Or build solid walls and a slab of chipboard or plywood that is sanded smoothly. Glue and screw the sections into place to form a base from the top. Create one or more drawers by cutting a front with places left for the drawers. Install wood frames to keep boxes and metal tracking for the drawers to slip on. Build the boxes separately, or use boxes you already have and design the table around their measurements. Color or paint the table make-up vanity. If you plan to leave the top naked without the type of insertion, apply a pair of stock seals. This makes somebody makeup wipes up games easily. Place small pallet in front of your vanity table and enjoy.
Tips and Warnings
Attach fabric on the outer edge of the table top if it has no actual sides or the sides are rough. Fabric will hide the table legs that have screwed and glued into place. Place a mirror on the wall above the make-up table or secure a mirror framed in wood to the table. Screw the wooden tape on the back of the table and in the frame of the mirror to create an attached swing mirror. Never just support a big mirror on the back of a vanity makeup table. It can easily slide and break. Attach it to the table or to the wall.