Trash to Kitchen Island

I was given this little piece of junk several months ago.


An all wood cabinet with a butcher block top.
It literally fell apart while putting it into my car.
I made it sturdy with corner brackets on the inside in 6 different places.
The back was just a flat panel so I glued and screwed on three 1x6's.
I brushed the body in white wall paint and
rubbed in ebony stain to the butcher block top.
The four feet are fence post tops I purchased at Home Depot for under $4 each.
Pilot hole first then screw them in.
Sanded the "heck" out of it to make it all rustic like.
Added a bottle opener.
Placed it in my U shaped kitchen.
The 1x6 pine slats look like paneling and distress nicely.
The front doors are rather plain but it holds all my canned goods.
The knobs are left over from my previous kitchen.
Wouldn't this distressed white look be cool on all the cabinets in my dark kitchen?
Well, since I'm renting and dreaming up a whole new plan for my next place -
this will be the only white cabinet here.
.
 I show you how to make a standard builder island awesome Here.
If you like building your own furniture - read here for simple instructions.
Linking to:
Funky Junk Interiors - SNS #162 Refabbed Furniture

0 comments:

Poskan Komentar

Blog Archive