Upcycled-Everything Apartment Kitchen RenovationEclectic Kitchen
We made woodshop "scrap" shelving for pots, pans, oils, etc. and a closed "scrap" cabinet for spices. Two ikea hutches had been abandoned in the trash, one without a top. We combined them to make a monster hutch with a stove-side countertop work surface, using a cutoff from the sink countertop. This spice cabinet with two sliding hardboard doors is a whopping 25"X34", but we can make it in pretty much any size.
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