Bathroom Vanity Farmhouse Style using reclaimed barn lumber. The boards from my pile and some oak 4×4 pieces for the legs. if you don’t have a planer you can use a sander but it’s gonna take a lot longer. After cleaned the wood a bit, cut some boards to make the apron and the trim around the bottom shelf. Fill all of the holes in the cracks with black wood filler. To make a box out of one by pieces that attach the legs to and it helps to keep it square. Adds some surface area for the concrete to sit on and fasten apron directly to it rather than using pocket screws. Some of the wood isn’t in the best shape, use brackets to attach the legs. Once the legs are attached cut one of the apron boards to fit between the legs and then attach it with glue. Nail from the inside to hide any nail holes. Use a homemade dowel jig to attach the front of the self, use pocket screws for the shelf. Join two boards together using a biscuit joiner also from Harbor Freight. Use small wedges to get boards flush and then make some marks with a pencil for the biscuit joiner.