Glam Vanity Stool for your vanity as a DIY woodworking project. A vanity pallet consists of legs, seat and cross support. The pallet should be made from deciduous trees such as maple, oak or walnut. Special details can be added to the pallet, such as a decorative edge at the bottom of the legs to add a more elegant touch to the design.
Place one-of-14-by-18-inch discs on a flat 14-by-18-inch side-to-side surface of the work surface. These are the leg boards. Draw a concave decorative stool vanity on a 14-inch wide end of each board. Use the flexible curve ruler to accurately transfer the curve to the other card. Cut out the decorative curve of the band saw along the bottom of each leg on board. Sand the bottom of the legs with sandpaper until it is completely smooth. Place one-of-6-by-22-inch board on a flat surface with 6-by-22-inch side flat. Draw a decorative edge along a 22 inch edge of the board. Use flexible curve ruler to make symmetrical curves along the edge. This is the cross support for the pallet.
Cut the decorative edge along the 22 “edge of the cross support with a band saw. Sand the edge with sandpaper until it is completely smooth. Place the legs on a work surface parallel to each other with the bottoms resting flat on the work surface about 22 inches apart. Place cross support with decorative edge down between the legs. The wearer should be centered in the 14-inch width of the legs and the upper edge of the support should be at even height with the upper ends of the legs. Run three evenly spaced screws through the outside of the legs at the ends of the cross support to attach it to the legs using a screwdriver and flush trim wood screws.
Point one-by-14-by-24-inch board across the upper ends of the legs. This is the seat. Make sure the chair is level with the outer edges of the legs. Drive flush trim wood screws through the top of the seat at the ends of the legs and the upper edge of the cross support was 3 inches. Apply wood dirt to the screw holes with a flap and allow it to dry. Sand kittens at level with the surface of the wood. Brush on a wood finish your choice and allow it to dry before use. If you are wallpapering a square glam foot stool, stop the corners by first stapling the short side of the fabric, then pull the longer side of the staple it. Take the small adjustments required to ensure that the fabric is smooth and taut over the top of the foot stool. You may need to remove a staple and pull the fabric more closely, or arrange a fold.