Diagonal Wall Corner Cabinet

Submitted by joeysmom on Sat, 07/16/2016 - 05:09

I made this cabinet first, actually two of them, that way I would know the exact depth to build my other wall cabinets.  The depth without the face frame came to 11 3/4".  I built it exact to the plans, Thank you Ana!  I did modify the height to 36" and the rails of my face frames are 2 1/2" to accomodate the trim at the top and lighting at the bottom.  I have never built cabinets before and never made a pocket hole before either!  But I couldn't invest the $15,000 that Lowe's quoted me, this house is too old.  So I found a really nice set from craigslist and went from there.  I built all my wall cabinets to a custom height of 36".  The doors came from FastCabinetDoors and they are great quality doors.  The door I chose was "Camden" in oak frames and panels.  I used Rustoleum Cabinet Transformations in Pure White for the finish.  I hope to be finished in 5 weeks.

Built from Plan(s)
Estimated Cost
$75 for lumber
Estimated Time Investment
Weekend Project (10-20 Hours)
Type of Wood
Finish Used
Rustoleum Cabinet Transformations "Pure White". When I ran out, I switched to Rustoleum Varathane Water based polyurethane in Satin as the clear top coat. Its an awesome product. Magic eraser will take anything off of it! And it is the only polyurethane I have found that doesn't discolor white paint.
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