Toddler Closet Cubby

Solid wood is an amazing material because it can be cut, re-shaped, extended, filled, sanded, stained, painted, and essentially re-used almost endlessly.

Last week, I took old cabinet doors (from when we gutted the mouse-hole kitchen cabinets that used to be in our apartment before we moved in) and turn them into a free cubby for my daughter's closet. :)

Estimated Cost
$0, with new purchases, $20 estimate
Estimated Time Investment
Afternoon Project (3-6 Hours)
Type of Wood
Solid core cabinet doors, quarter round trim
Finish Used
3 coats Olympic No-VOC semi-glass straight from the paint can.
Small paint brush for cut-ins, foam roller for surface coverage. Allow recommended dry time between re-coats.
Recommended Skill Level
Beginner

Comments

JoanneS

Mon, 10/07/2013 - 19:43

Beautiful Cubby from old doors! The trim adds elegance with the white color and it fits perfectly. Looks adorable! :)