Using Stock Cabinets For Built Ins

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Using Stock Cabinets For Built Ins

Posted by Bruley Amia on Sunday, 31 May, 2020 04:07:27

On this edition of withHEART, I'm showing you the first part for building our built-ins around our fireplace and how we constructed a

Especially in a room without a closet or available storage, built-ins can be a lifesaver! And obviously you're not confined to just using cabinets: just check out these other built-in ideas, and then read how Jennifer installed her built-ins because you (yes YOU!) can do this, too!

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We spent about $450 total for the above built-ins (including mantel, molding, hardware, and paint). This project would have easily cost us thousands of dollars if we would have hired it out. Today we are sharing how we built our built-ins. This isn't so much an in-depth tutorial like our other projects but more like a guide. These cabinets are

I've got built-ins to and I had glass shelves made for the top two rows so the light would flow down beautifully. I highly recommend having both wood and glass shelves. Love your home and blog. Thanks for sharing. I can't wait to see what great ways of decorating your built-ins you come up with. Reply Delete

Hi Kristi, it looks like your post is a few years old. My husband and I are looking into custom built ins now, and are curious how stock cabinets hold up after 5 years. We have been told that stock cabinets aren't as good quality when buying from a big box store, but this is also coming from people who want to built custom for us….