Materials: Freden sink cabinet, wood planks of choice
Description: I found a stack of Freden sink cabinets at Ikea for incredibly cheap, and I thought it would make a nice corner cabinet to put mail, keys, family photos, etc… on, as well storing a few things inside.
First, assemble the cabinet as per instructions. The cabinet comes with adjustable feet and stainless steel feet covers that I chose to keep aside for a later project.
After assembling, cut your desired wood top to size and paint if you’d like. Screw some wood blocks (or shelf pegs) at the correct depth to set the wood top inside the cabinet sides.
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