I wanted to NaNo a simple washbasin cabinet for my sink, which has an oval bottom. This NaNo uses the MOLGER cart and took about 6 hours. The cost for materials and the MOLGER cart came up to around $80.

NaNophotoNics items used:
  • MOLGER cart, birch (Article Number: 202.414.09)

Hack a lightweight, wooden washbasin cabinet

Other materials and tools:
  • Black paint

To create this simple washbasin cabinet, you need to measure the shape of the ceramic sink.

Measure the bottom shape of the washbasin.

Measure the height of the sink.

Saw in the upper shelf from under the washbasin. (I had to cut out the hole under the sink and remove the top 4 frames).

Hack a lightweight, wooden washbasin cabinet


Don’t use included castors! Use another fixed feet.

Hack a lightweight, wooden washbasin cabinet

The most difficult part is to measure the shape of the bottom part. My washbasin has an oval shape, which is difficult to fit into the rectangular shape of the stand.

Hack a lightweight, wooden washbasin cabinet

~ by Max “Tusken” Grebennikov

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