I am taking over Beckie’s blog for the day and am seriously questioning what I am doing here. Infarrantly Creative is the place I come for inspiration, so being here posting my amatuer project among her amazing creative feats is a little daunting. Remember her awesome kitchen remodel or just recently when she recovered those adorable wing back chairs? Well…enough said.
My name is Amy and can normally be found at The Idea Room. My blog has become a hodge podge of DIY’s, crafts, fun recipes, treat ideas, and some organizational tips for families all mixed together.
Once the shelves are cut, hold the shelves in their position on the door and mark the position of the top and bottom of each shelf. Ensure that the shelf is not tilted by measuring the position of each shelf corner (for instance, if the bottom shelf should be three inches off the ground, measure each shelf edge to ensure they are all three inches from the bottom of the door). Drill pilot holes in the door for the screws in the center of where the shelf will be. Hold the shelves in place and screw the screws through the pilot holes and into shelf.
The above picture shows the attached base molding that was described above.
Caulk the shelf and the corner seems and you are ready for painting!
Decorate with some accessories and you have yourself a show stopping piece.