Attach the legs to the cabinet. Mark out in pencil where the screws will need to go, and drill securely into place.
Be careful to use screws of an appropriate length and thickness – you don’t want their sharp ends poking through into the inside of the cabinet!
N.B. Set the legs flush with the corners of the cabinet. If you set them too far inwards then there is a risk that the cabinet will not be balanced and fall forwards.
Mark out where to put the handles, and drill holes for the metal rods to fit snugly – there is no room for error here so check and check again that they are level and evenly spaced.
Top tip: If your handles are a little wonky even after careful measuring, it may be due to the hang of the doors. You can adjust this by loosening the tightness of the hinges.
Paint the doors. I just used a standard wall emulsion for this, the same as I used on the wall behind. I did not use a primer and I didn’t treat it afterwards, and so far it has remained in perfect condition. However, if it were in a more high-traffic area of the house I would have painted a topcoat on for some extra durability.