The bathroom cabinet I made a while ago. I think it qualify as #maker
;) The top, we got for free, it is a tile from a display at our local tile shop. It cost R 120 to cut it. The basin and tap was on special.
The top and middle drawer needed to accommodate the water and drain pipes. The top drawer is shallower and is designed specifically as a toilet paper drawer. The other two drawers are deep.
My son was prematurely born and thus is a little bit short. So I made the step (with legs) for him. The white speckles is toothpaste (the joy of having kids in the house).
I wanted to bolt the cabinet to the wall (before the legs solution), because the lever effect tips the cabinet over when my son stands on the step. I gauge where the water pipes in the wall are and drilled the first hole. Guess what, I hit the pipe dead centre! My son came into the flooded bathroom and asked me why I didn't use my x-ray vision, the x-rays vision I use to see when he is naughty in his room, to see where the pipes was. :s
I will one day replace the top with marble, and move the tap closer. Currently it splashes against the wall if your hands aren't below the rim of the basin.
The wood is Meranti and it is mostly glued. (Only the inside of the drawers and the runners are nailed or screwed together)