LOML has a double sink vanity area between the tub/shower area and the bedroom. Storage is at a premium in this spot. There is a funky shaped niche that I have been planning on stuffing a shelf unit into. I was waiting for a design to hit me that was not too heavy for the tight space but sizable enough to provide enough shelf space to make it worth occupying the space. Shooting for something like this . . . .
The bandsaw is a perfect way to rip large planks like this red oak (her bedroom is done in red oak and she would not be talked out of continuing this SoCal tradition into the bath):
This shows the difference in the sides required to fit the awkward space:
Face Joint, edge joint, cut to length:
The sled once again proves its worth:
Tape the two sides and cut the dado's for the shelves:
There will be a decorative curve at the top and bottom of the sides. I am goung to try to echo this curve on the shelves to transition from the narrow side (for doorway clearance) to the wider side (that butts up against a support pillar):