Not content to live in a house with only one barn-style sliding door, I’ve built another over-toilet cabinet
I made a few changes since the last time I made one of these:
- I made the rail out of poplar instead of pine, as the pine rail on the old cabinet is beginning to splinter a little where it contacts the wheels.
- I shaped the top of the rail to match the profile of the inside of the wheels instead of planing the entire board to be thin enough to fit inside the tapered openings in the wheels.
- I finished the door with tinted wax to get a graywashed look that matches our master bath.
- Instead of using pocket holes to build the cabinet box, I glued the shelves into dadoes in the sides.
- I hung it using a French cleat instead of using a ledger board.
- I cut the spacers behind the rail out of wood instead of printing them on my 3D printer, mainly to save time.
- I glued stops onto the back of the rail instead of printing endcaps.
Stay tuned for more updates on my bathroom activities!