Installing a Tip-Out Storage Tray in a Bathroom Vanity (WnW #87)


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A tip-out storage tray is a very quick and easy modification to add storage to a bathroom vanity or a kitchen cabinet in the wasted area in front of the sink. You don’t need a lot of tools or time. All you need is the specialty hinges and tray (links below).

There is actually a fair bit of dead space in the cabinet around your sink. I was half-tempted to try to design a custom horseshoe-shaped drawer to wrap around the sink and give even more storage. Maybe next time.

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LINKS TO SOME OF THE ITEMS USED. (Some Affiliate links)

— Tip-Out Tray Kits (Lee Valley)
— Tip-Out Sink Front Tray Kits (Amazon)

— Stanley Leverlock tape measure – love these!
— Bessey VarioClippix, Adjustable Spring Clamps
— Hitachi 10.8v drill/driver kits

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GEAR I USE TO MAKE VIDEO:

— Canon T5i
— Inexpensive Quick Release tripod ball head (Very useful)
— Sony Action Cam. (I use the HDR-AS15 which is discontinued — cheaper than a gopro.)
— Sony Live View video remote for Action Cam
— Joby GorillaPod (Flexible small tripod)

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