Quick and Simple Cabinet Facelift
The title does not lie folks. I promise you, with the help of my adhesive buddy (that'd be Nate) this project took no more than a half an hour. It may take you just as long to read this blog, so if you're in a hurry I will not be offended if you just skip to the end...
This all starts with a media cabinet that Nate made years ago to house all our, simply put, crap. You know - TV, DVD player, satellite box, CDs, etcetera, etcetera.
***Nate would like me to take a moment to say on his behalf that when he made this cabinet he had no idea we would have it for 12+ years and if he had known he would have taken more time on the doors and drawers ;-) ***
ANYHOOS... our recent upgrade to a monstrously large TV required us to take off the doors and open up the inside of the cabinet. And while the new TV is nice, it could not distract me from the hideous back wall of the cabinet.
ENTER pallet wood.
I simply dragged out some pallet wood leftover from previous projects, measured the height of the cabinet interior and started cutting. Using construction adhesive, Nate lined them up and glued them to the back of the cabinet.