Most bathroom vanities are built with hardwood face frames over a plywood carcass. The plywood is lighter and more stable than solid wood. In this case, the Morristown, NJ based client wanted a solid wood bathroom vanity built using traditional mortise and tenon joinery. The result can legitimately be called a piece of furniture. The two dovetailed drawers have polished nickel bin pulls and ride on undermount slides. In the middle of the vanity there will be a Kohler sink under a white marble top. The bottom shelf is slatted and the four legs are capped with polished stainless steel feet. Another thing that made this vanity unique is that it was finished with a brushed-on waterborne primer because the homeowner wanted to have her painter put on Benjamin Moore Impervo waterborne satin paint along with the rest of the room. While we recommend the sprayed-on shop-applied professional grade finishes for durability, we’re happy to accommodate a special request.