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Old 05-09-2016, 07:20 AM   #1
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Vanity top overhang

I am building a custom vanity like the one pictured below. I prefer the look of a minimal overhang (installing a granite top).

I will be installing inset doors and drawers. The vertical supports will protrude 1/4" beyond the rest of the cabinet. Everything else will be flush.

My current plan is to have 1/2" overlap from the door and drawer fronts, and 1/4" overlap from the vertical supports. Is this enough? Am I violating any minimum standards in the vanity world?
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