2 each Kitchen Wall Cabinet and Doors and glass shelves, 4 Stainless Capita Legs, 2 Blankett handles
After we moved to London I had two left over kitchen wall cabinets that had once hung above my step-sons bed for extra storage in his bedroom that were no longer needed. We did how ever need a mini bar for our new midcentury modern living room.
1. I put the cabinet with the door upside down on the four capita legs.
2. Then screwed in the other cabinet on top.
In the end the doors opened opposite each other with the two blankett handles next to each other.
3. I installed the glass shelf in the upper cabinet to hold glasses and put the other one on top of the cabinet to create an easily wipeable surface, while the cabinet underneath can hold bottles.
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