Hello guys! Welcome to my blog! I know it’s been a while since I’ve posted. Dale and I have been having some good down time this summer. We are now getting back into our regular schedule. Okay! So I have something interesting to share! We added a cabinet to our kitchen cabinetry and I doubt you would ever know, unless I told you so! Ha-ha! How did we do it? Well, we used the master bathroom tub cabinetry to make an extra cabinet for the kitchen.
Making the decision to use the materials from the tub wasn’t hard. I felt the tub was a waste of space, since I’ve only used the tub twice! The plan is to take the big spa tub out, which will make room for my treadmill and make room for a little makeup area next to the vanity. I hope the pictures will tell the story.
I have to admit having a nice spa tub in the bathroom looked nice, but as you can see it takes a lot of space and were not using it. Taking the tub out gave us more usable space.
Master bathroom spa tub.
Removing the door.
Removing the tub.
Removing the frame.
Dale plans to cap the plumbing and patch the floor with plywood.
Plans to add a cabinet here.
Removing wall trim.
Making the frame for the cabinet.
Making frame for the shelves.
When Dale does projects he does it right! The shelves will be sturdy!
We plan to install bead board for the kitchen back splash. For now Dale will go ahead and install bead board underneath the new cabinet.
Dale also installed bead board to the bottom open shelf.
Small door installed.
Dale did an awesome job! Amazing! The cabinet looks like it’s always been there! Doesn’t it? Final touches to the inside, Dale caulked and painted the same shade as the walls. The bottom bead board looks wonderful, good for displaying what ever I want!
Were almost finish with the kitchen!! We will continue to finish installing the rest of the bead board back splash. So stay tuned!
Dale and I are wishing you a Happy Labor Day!