Do your sink base cabinets look like a failed attempt at organization? We’ll show you an easy and economical way to better utilize that space.
By Dylan EastmanMore in Bathroom
For this simple project, you will need a circular saw, framing square, tape measure, pencil, pocket-hole jig, bit driver and drill, corner clamp (optional), 12’ of 1x8 per cabinet, safety goggles, work gloves, dust mask and ear plugs.
Start by measuring the available space in width and height. Give yourself some margin so things like mixing valves are still easily accessible. In this case, a 12” x 21” storage shelf could fit on each side of the existing plumbing.
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