Upcycled Organ Keyboard, 2018

01 vanity unit, Lili Giacobino
01 vanity unit, Lili Giacobino
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02 vanity unit, Lili Giacobino
02 vanity unit, Lili Giacobino
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03 vanity unit, Lili Giacobino
03 vanity unit, Lili Giacobino

Material: timber boards, sink, tap, wooden keyboard, plumbing fixtures

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04 vanity unit, Lili Giacobino
04 vanity unit, Lili Giacobino

prep the wall with hot / cold and waste pipe

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05 vanity unit, Lili Giacobino
05 vanity unit, Lili Giacobino

Cut some boards to create the cupboard. Take into consideration any obstacle ( pipes) depth and height of waste bottle

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06 vanity unit, Lili Giacobino
06 vanity unit, Lili Giacobino

Draw your shelves on your side board and drill for wood dowels

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07 vanity unit, Lili Giacobino

assemble with wooden dowels and glue. Reinforce with some screw and metal brackets at the back

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08 vanity unit, Lili Giacobino

Cut your wooden keyboard to the right depth

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09 vanity unit, Lili Giacobino

Assemble and adjust to the wall. Cut some opening at the back of the cupboard to access pipes

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10 vanity unit, Lili Giacobino
10 vanity unit, Lili Giacobino

Create some doors out of plywood

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11 vanity unit, Lili Giacobino
11 vanity unit, Lili Giacobino

Create a template with exact position of sink and tap. It costed me £ 80 for bespoke toughen glass. The other cheaper option is acrylic sheet but it doesn't look as nice and it will scratch.

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12 vanity unit, Lili Giacobino
12 vanity unit, Lili Giacobino

Cut your keyboard to allow for sink and tap. Install your toughen glass and sealed everything in position with silicone and superglue.

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13 vanity unit, Lili Giacobino
13 vanity unit, Lili Giacobino

Enjoy !

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14 vanity unit, Lili Giacobino
14 vanity unit, Lili Giacobino
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