|Pottery Barn Mason Vanity|
So Kyle, from Waterhouse Builders, got to work creating a reclaimed wood vanity top, to support the sink top. He started with some old timber joists and after cleaning them up a bit, created a 'picture frame' top, to maximize the patina edges.
|Old Growth Wood Joists|
He biscuited the pieces and then used Kreg screws to really tie it all together. This thing is solid!!!!
Next, it got a light sanding to take off the really rough edges, while leaving the beauty of the saw marks and aged wood.
|1st Fit Up|
Finally, we're applying 7 coats of polyurethane, to give it a tough protective finish. Once that's done, it's ready for the top and faucet. Can't wait to get it installed! What do you think?