In part 2 of this series, I’ll show you how I finalized my old potato bin project by adding upcycled potato bin doors!
First things first… Learn from my mistake! When I went to finish off my upcycled potato bin, I measured the top two doors and just assumed the bottom door was the same size. So, I contacted my wood guys and told them what I wanted. Come to find out, the bottom door was a tad bit smaller that the top two, so I had to get another piece cut. Even with the mix-up, they did a fabulous job and the finished product it better than I had initially imagined.
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Supplies I used to create upcycled potato bin doors:
- Hickory Hardware
- Fletcher Frame Master Point Driver (Wood 5/8 in.)
- Rust-Oleum Ultra Cover Clear Coat Matte
Begin be removing all of the old material from the door frame.
I used a pair of pliers to help make the process a bit easier.
Continue with this process until all of the old material has been removed from each door.
Now, it’s time to add the new door framing pieces!
Now, use a point driver to attach the new door material.
Be sure to add enough contact points to keep the pieces tightly in place.
Finally, remove the old hardware and add new.
The white knobs just weren’t doing it for me! I think the wooden ones are much better.
I even decided to leave the wood raw…well, minus a quick clear coat in matte finish. I just love the natural look and the knobs just blend right in.
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