How do I make doors for these cabinets

I got these for 7 bucks each and I'm gonna use them for base cabinets in my kitchen. I'm on a low income, any ideas on how to make doors for them?
q how to add door to cabinets, diy, how to, kitchen cabinets, kitchen design, repurposing upcycling, woodworking projects
  15 answers
  • Sharonnie Sharonnie on Dec 08, 2014
    Have you thought about a nice, lined fabric? Maybe similar to window treatment, pillows, or whatever might be near the furniture when you are finished with the project? Can't wait to see how they come out--and talk about a bargain!!!
  • Darla Darla on Dec 08, 2014
    You can use plywood attached with overlay hinges. If you want to dress it up, use plaster and stencil raised designs or use some decorative molding. If you can find picture frames the right size, you can put plywood, cardboard. wire mesh or fabric in the middle and use them for doors.
  • Dianne Glenn Dianne Glenn on Dec 09, 2014
    Go to your local Habitat for Humanity ReStore! You may just find exactly what you're looking for at a great price!!!
  • Sherri Sherri on Dec 09, 2014
    these would be a great start to a kitchen island if you placed them back to back too provided you have the floor space, like the ideas above, great find!
  • love all the ideas thank you! Dianne they came from the ReStore . I check every friday to see what they have
  • Elaine Elaine on Dec 09, 2014
    Leave them open. Wallpaper or paint inside and stored pots or whatever will look awesome.
  • Adrianne C Adrianne C on Dec 09, 2014
    Those are awesome! Depends on what tools you have to work with, but a nice sheet of birch plywood and some trim would work well!
  • Margó Margó on Dec 09, 2014
    Margó Én imádom az olasz lakberendezést....El tudnám képzelni egy szép mintájú húzott függönnyel...Persze azért mert én imádom az anyagokat.
  • Wglindner Wglindner on Dec 09, 2014
    I agree with Sherri. I made a island for my kitchen with to cabnets I put baskets inside . And a towel rack on the side.
  • i like the idea of the island, but i cant afforde base cabinets for my kitchen so thats what i got to use these for
  • Gladys Rhoads Gladys Rhoads on Dec 10, 2014
    to bad you can not get two more to make a matching island
  • The Chirping Frog The Chirping Frog on Dec 10, 2014
    What if you just did a fabric skirt?
  • Ber938297 Ber938297 on Dec 10, 2014
    adding fabric curtains to be just inside the openings would be really nice, go to a quilt store where you will find good quality long lasting fabric and lots of could match these to your window curtains by keeping in same color family or making all to match.
  • im over here in ohio. we have a awesome restore in Pittsburgh about 45 min drive. but with Christmas its gonna take me a while to save to start working on kitchen again but im putting it together little by little will post when i finally have it done. kitchen on min wage single mom budget lol
  • Black Hills Rosie Black Hills Rosie on Oct 08, 2016
    I'm really late for this and think you have finished your project but just want to share - my favorite thrift shop here often has pieces of fabric that work well for smaller jobs.