Not too long ago I bought this cabinet at an antique store in Magnolia, Mississippi.
It didn’t have any shelves and was clearly missing something from the middle of the door – it was perfect! I immediately saw potential for a project.
For starters I needed shelves. So I took my measurements and headed to the craft store, where I bought some balsa wood and adhesive contact paper. Then I moved on to the fabric store where I found some bronze mesh fabric that I thought would be perfect for the door of the cabinet.
I measured out my shelves on the balsa wood and cut them to fit with a box cutter. Then I covered them with the contact paper, like so:
And to finish it off I cut a piece of fabric to cover the window in the door of the cabinet. I stapled the fabric to the back of the door with a staple gun, and voila!
Super easy, and I just cleared up a whole bunch of storage space in my kitchen! As soon as I get it on the wall and off the kitchen counter, that is…