# Drawing a Vanity that extends over a Toilet

In order to create a bathroom counter with a section that extends over the toilet:

- Draw a rectangle
- Go to
**2 Curves & Bumpouts**, click on one end, and choose**Add Bump-Out** - Set
**Depth**to be the "length" of the extension and**Width**to the distance the extension comes out from the wall. Set**Position**Left or Right and**Distance**0. - The result looks like this:

NOTE: When creating bumpouts, the entire rectangle is expanded for purposes of calculating square feet. So in this example, sq feet are calculated as (81.5 **+ 30**) * 25.5 / 144 = 19.7

One limitation of this approach is that there is no way to specify a curved corner on the bumpout or the inside corner

**Here's another way to do it that requires fewer clicks but more math ...**

- Again, start with a rectangle, but add the length of the extension (30 inches in our example) to it
- Go to
**2 Curves & Bumpouts**, click on the corner*to be removed*, and choose**Notch** - Make the
**Length**30 and the**Depth**equal to your*counter depth minus the depth of the extension*, so 25.5 - 12 = 13.5 in this example. - The result looks like this:

The notch corner is ignored for square footage calculation, so it should be intuitive that this example also comes out to 111.5 * 25.5 / 144 = 19.7 square feet.

Again, there's no way to specify "corners within corners" so there is no way to draw inside or outside curves on the extension.