Hi guys. Am new to the forum but have some experience working with wood. Dad and granddad were both full range carpenters in PA but I went to college and am nearing the end of a 30 year career with the UN. Am now in Amman, Jordan for the next few years and renting a nice rooftop flat that needs improvements and more shelving and storage. I'm trying (so far unsuccessfully) to attach drawings of plans for a bathroom unit I'll be making and appreciate any advice so I don't omit anything or do something stupid. Will be gluing and screwing it together. Having a local chap cut the pieces to size and I'll take it from there. Don't need a museum piece, just something functional that looks ok for the few years I'll need it. It'll stay behind for the next tenant. My main concern is that the pieces are the right sizes for what I want. A toilet and a bidet are under the long side and a clothes hamper under the "L". Thanks for any advice. Cheers and best regards, Ric from Amman.