Hey, guys. We’re back in the kitchen this week with new reclaimed wood kitchen cabinets. The cabinets were made from wood pallets and pieces of beadboard from my wood stash.
Let’s take a look.
Sorry, for the fuzzy photos. I used my camera phone which usually takes awesome photos, but not this time. That’s what I get for being lazy. (sigh)
The pallet boards were trimmed, sanded and cut to size.
Then, the base was framed using the boards and a few stringers.
I’m sure you noticed the cabinet has legs instead of the typical base of a cabinet. I decided to give the cabinet legs after being inspired by a bar created out of pallets on Pinterest. I loved the look and thought I would give it a try. If I don’t like the final result, I’ll cut the legs off and add a base. But, so far, I’m loving it.
I added beadboard to the outside of the cabinet instead of plywood.
I created a space on the bottom shelf for cookie sheets to stand upright by using leftover wood from the hood.
Why spend extra money for an insert when I can make them using scraps from a pile? Win!
I finished the cabinet by painting the outside black and staining the inside boards.
Last week, I shared my DIY countertop tutorial for the cabinet. If you missed the post you can read it at DIY Countertop Wood Countertop.
Up next… A cabinet and a couple doors. Stay tuned for the final reveal.
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