Ready to add some serious wow factor to your mudroom cabinets? This cabinet makeover will leave their jaws hanging!
DIY Built-In Cabinets using Stock Wall Cabinets
By far, one of the best things I did when I completed my office makeover was installing built in cabinets. They gave me loads more of hidden storage. I can just close the cabinet doors on all that clutter! These DIY built in cabinets were made using unfinished wall cabinets as base cabinets. When I…
Best Paint for Cabinets
Ready to give your kitchen cabinets a coat of paint? That’s great! It can be stressful determining what kind of paint to use on cabinets though, right? This guide lays out the best paint for cabinets and the pros and cons of each, as well as my personal experience with each. I get multiple painting…
How to Raise Cabinets
So sometimes during a big project or after I finish a project, I start looking at all the little projects that made up that big project and I decide that some of those little projects probably wouldn’t be that interesting to you.
So I don’t bother too much with pictures and I don’t post about it.
But then months later, someone will ask me something specific about that small project that helped to make the bigger project possible and I will realize that I probably should have posted about that.
Does any of this make sense? Its late and I’ve been drinking. And apparently that makes me use the word projects too much.
So there’s that.
Anyway, if you remember way back in January, Grunt Labor and I finally finished his man cave.
In order to deem the man cave livable, he had to have a beverage center (a.k.a. a fancy name for a mini refrigerator). But when the beverage center arrived, it was a bit taller than the opening we had for it, thus we needed to raise the cabinets or get a new refrigerator.
Raising the cabinets was cheaper and faster than getting a new beverage center.
So you can guess which option won.