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The modem, sea glass and other lake treasures seem to get thrown on that too small of a console table. It was time to create built ins…but the easy way with upper stock kitchen cabinets!

This wall was basically a blank slate and I couldn’t wait to start. You could easily find used cabinets in good condition on Facebook Marketplace or your local ReStore as well!

On the sides there was still about a 5 inch gap so we took a piece of scrap wood and screwed it behind the edge of the cabinet, then took a 1×6 and used a brad nailer to adhere it to the scrap wood. Once everything was secured, holes were drilled on the top and through the sides of two cabinets with a 11/2 bit for cords and cables and access to outlets.

We created a frame attached to the wall, ceiling and down the side. So much needed storage, a non cluttered wall and I think it actually makes the room look bigger!

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