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Measure the spaces for the storage boxes and sketch a rough design for the boxes. Each box will have a bottom and four sides. Decide which sides – either the front and back or the left and right – will go on the "outside" of the others.
Cut and dry-fit the bottom and side panels for the boxes.
Use wood glue and a nail gun to assemble the boxes. Nail into the joints from the outside of the box for secure butt joints. Make sure all corners are square.
Cut the beadboard to fit the front panel of each box. Attach the beadboard with glue and nails.
Add a strip of corner molding along the top edges for a more finished look. Measure and cut the molding, and then attach it with glue and nails.
Prime and paint the boxes. Once the paint is dry, attach drawer pulls or other hardware for easy access to the contents.
Hammer rubber feet into the bottoms of the boxes so they don't scrape the cabinet when pulled out.
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