Medicine Cabinet Makeover!

Beth and Spencer Teller
by Beth and Spencer Teller
3 Materials
3 Hours
If you are anything like us you don't really use your medicine cabinet so we decided to come up with a different solution! Take a look at how we gave it a new look and purpose using materials we already had on hand!
Step 1: We started by removing the mirrored medicine cabinet door !
Step 2: After that my husband squared it in in with leftover wainscoting we had on hand
Step 3: He then used some leftover molding that we had to frame it! It is looking good!
Step 4: We were going to do just one straight shelf but we decided to have just a little fun (exclamation point) with just a few cuts we came up with this awesome design!
Step 5: We then used a few coats of paint to cover it up with a nice gloss white!
Step 6: Then we staged it with a few items I have picked up in my travels and voila! Done! Cute cheap and easy upgrade! Hope you like it!

Be sure to check out my Facebook see our Stars furniture & Gifts for more DIY ideas!
Suggested materials:
  • My husband took some leftover wainscotting that we used for our walls and squared it out   (We had most of the stuff in our garage but you can get all of it at Home Depot or Lowe's!)
  • Paint, leftover wainscotting, leftover molding, a chunk of wood.
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  • Ella Ella on Apr 19, 2019

    I like it too, but like Laura above notes, where in the heck do you put your " stuff" ?

  • Jwc58202037 Jwc58202037 on Feb 06, 2022

    I love it Will make it with barn door panel in the back and transitioning piece left over from the floor for molding What are the dimensions of the shelf pieces

  • Lynn Lynn on Oct 16, 2022

    How did you adhere / nail / fix the shelves into place?

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