Again while the wife is away I want to replace the counter top on the bathroom vanity. I replaced the bathroom vanity & was waiting for the wife to pick a counter top. Well, I'm tired of looking at it so I want to replace it. I'm thinking of using two pieces of 3/4" ply glued & screwed together. The size of the top now is 1-1/2" & the back splash is 1" I am going to attach the back splash with pocket hole joinery. I have this one from Woodcraft. Kreg single hole jig I was thinking of using just some white laminate for top. also the back wall at the back of the sink is nice & straight but the right side is not a true 90°
My questions are as follows.
1. What is the best thing to use to attach laminate top the ply.
2. how do I curve the laminate to fit?
3. What is the best way to cut the right side so I get a nice fit to the wall? should I add a back splash on this side or like it is now just the counter top?
any advice or help in any way. Maybe some questions I didn't even think to ask so all help is very appreciated.
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side of vanity showing back splash
Full sink pic
close up of back splash
right side of sink