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Seems the problem is, there is never enough space. My mission is to find every speck of useful space in my house. knowing that there was a large ...
First you need to find the empty space. The larger portion under the stairs is taken up by my pantry. Cut a hole in the wall preferably when ...
Make a 2x4 frame for a door and attach a piece the drywall you cut out to the back of it to make a door.
Finish cutting out the rest of the drywall to the size that you want your shelves to be. cut 2x4's to fit across the bottom to cover the ...
frame out the top with 2x4's and add wood to any wall studs to make them wider so they can be covered with a 1x4.
cut 1x4's to trim around the outside of the unit like in the pictures.
spray the backside of the drywall that is exposed with spray texture to match the rest of your wall. then paint trim and drywall.
I had to add half inch strips of wood by the hinges to compensate for the thickness of the drywall for the piece of trim that will be ...
cut the final two strips of 1x4 to cover wall stud and the stud with hinge. Then paint. the trim that is over the door hinge is held ...
I then cut 1 inch strips of molding to go around the inside corners of the sections leaving gaps for the shelves to go into. I glued all ...
I cut a pre-laminated 4x8 sheet of wood for the shelves then added white plastic trim to front of each shelf.
OK so here are pictures and a video of the final product. There were a few scratch my head moments along the way but all in all it ...
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