Hidden Medicine Cabinet Storage

8 Materials
$50
2 Hours
Medium

I was so tired of our messy bathroom storage shelf so I found some nice wooden signs and turned them into hidden cabinets!

This was my messy, ugly medicine cabinet before...

Pick some art/signage

I found these existing wooden signs at Hobby Lobby

Measure sign/art

To build a frame I wanted to get the exact measurements of my sign/art.

Cut your wood

I cut my frame pieces using 1x4s to match the art/sign.

Miter the corners (optional)

This is a butt joint which will work just fine! I decided to miter my corners for a more professional look.

Here are the perfectly matched corners.

Stain or paint

Stain or paint your frame to match your art/signage

Add shelves

You can add as many shelves as needed. Attach with wood glue and nails through the outside of the frame.

Add hinges

I bought some little hinges at my local home improvement store and screwed them on my art and newly built frame to attach.

Magnetic Closure

Finally, I added a magnetic closure to keep the door from swinging or gaping open. You can also find this at your local home improvement store.

Here's the final product! I'm so happy with how much storage it adds to this small space and how good it looks!

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  • Pea47671463 Pea47671463 on Jun 10, 2020

    How did you affix to wall?

  • Rebecca S Rebecca S on Jul 22, 2020

    Did you make sure that your little ones cannot reach the cabinets? This photo shows the cabinets beside the toilet, where any kid can climb.


    These are so beautiful this way, that hiding a first aid or medicine cabinet is perfect in the kitchen too.

  • BILL BILL on Jan 29, 2021

    How did you mount them to the wall?

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