Creating Faux Varied Height Cabinets and a Shelf Over a Stove – Diy kitchen cabinets

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Creating Faux Varied Height Cabinets and a Shelf Over a Stove – Diy kitchen cabinets, Kitchen cabinets makeover, Kitchen makeover, Diy kitchen, Painting kitchen cabinets, Diy cabinets – width thing make sense In my head, it totally does But sometimes that doesn’t translate, so leave me a comment if you need some ‘splainin’ And this part is purely so you won’t do this I had originally wanted decorative corbels to hold up the shelf However, the height of most corbels is a minimum of seven inches which would have been halfway to the ceiling ReeDONKulous So I thought I’d make my own What I should have done was use a 2×4 to cut the traingles instead I created one by cutting triangles out of 1x4s and stacking them Why Because I had already been to the big orange store four times that day I was determined to not go back I just created a whole new thing to have to work on in the endless list that was our kitchen I squirted them with Liquid Nails and sandwiched them together Stupid Then I spent an hour of my very limited time the next day filling and sanding these things An hour And they still aren’t quite perfect Really stupid I took the smaller of the two long boards and mounted it to the board with wood screws I made sure to catch the screws on the cabinet’s wood that’s under this front piece we installed This is anchoring the entire shelf, so I had to get it right I took the longer board and laid it on top of the attached board, at a 90 degree angle Then I predrilled my holes as pictured above, making sure they went into that attached board underneath Please excuse my arm I was feeling quite accomplished predrilling and photographing simultaneously But now, this just looks a little weird Then I drilled my screws in I sunk them in, so I could fill them with spackle later and have a seamless look So, technically, these faux corbels are purely decorative The shelf is already attached to the board I just Liquid Nailed these in place And then kept tape on them for 24 hours so they didn’t wiggle on me Filled Sanded Wiped Painted tutorial on the cabinet painting coming soon Whatcha think Here’s how I decorated it for David’s birthday last weekend The big fourohhhhhhh And here’s my everyday look as of right now, anyway The ceramic doggie was a Goodwill find that I gave a coat of spray paint and a little sanding The tea cup was from my mom’s collection and the recipe box filled with amazingness is from my late uncle who was a baker at The Manhattan Cafe in San Antonio back before God was a boy The plant is of the faux nature Download the above free printable here I originally fell in love with the stove shelf concept when I saw it over at Less than Perfect Life of Bliss Hers is amazing! i linkyparty here and at Coastal Charm and Savvy Southern Style Neglect your chores like me and don’t miss a thing Follow on Facebook Follow on Twitter Follow on Pinterest Follow on Google+

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