Use Recyclables for This Amazing Kitchen Nook Transformation
I love dishes, mainly because I host a lot. But I found myself in a pickle when they out grew my kitchen space. So off to the Life Cycle Building center, where I found the perfect disgarded used cabinets that will help fix my problem.
Step one I positioned them exactly where I wanted their new home to be and I removed the doors off, and took 4 of the doors outside and cut windows into them.
I cut boards and inserted them. The cabinets were hollow and did not have any shelves inside.
I cut some side boards for the center starting from the bottom up so I could began to attach them and make both cabinets appear as one full cabinet.
I attached shelfs from one cabinet to the other and continued all the way up with this method.
I also carved out a wine rack and added trim. You definitely will have to watch the video to see more
Even though the wood was such a rich and pretty color i needed to paint the cabinet white to match my kitchen. I also painted the doors white too.
I headed to lowes with my cabinet doors in hand because I wanted to be sure that when I buy glass in which they will cut to fit for you. I needed to be certain before I left that I had the correct measurements so therefore I allowed them to measure the doors and cut the glass and that process worked better. No mistakes were made, so no money lost.
TO SEE THE COMPLETE AND FINISHED PROJECT CLICK ON THE LINK BELOW! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fwkeR4Lyd8Q&t=23s
- WOOD (HOME DEPOT)
- L SHAPE SHELF PINS (HOME DEPOT)
- CUT GLASS (LOWES)