Catch-All Bathroom CaddyAugust 10th, 2016 in projects
Gotta warn you off the bat--this one's a bit tricky. It takes a little time (look at those steps!) and the help of a professional glass cutter, but it's well worth it. Don't let my warning dissuade you, fair junker! Your refreshing station will never look or feel the same again. Wow your friends and fam with this classy glassy caddy!
Vintage refrigerator drawer
1/4 in. plywood
Eight 1 in. nuts and bolts
1/4 yard of fabric
Two 3/16 in. by 1 1/2 in. eye hooks
Glass shelves (cut professionally to fit)
Staple gun and small staples
Step 1: Draw pattern of inside bottom of drawer.
Step 2: Trace pattern on to plywood.
Step 3: Cut plywood with jigsaw.
Step 4: Measure and cut fabric approximately 1/4 in. larger that plywood.
Step 5: Apply spray adhesive to plywood, place fabric over, and smooth.
Step 6: Flip plywood and fabric over and staple fabric to back side.
Step 7: Measure sides of drawer for placement of two inside shelves.
Step 8: With square, mark for drilling holes. Four holes on each side.
Step 9: Punch a starter hole for each of the holes to hold shelves-four on each side.
Step 10: Drill each hole.
Step 12: Attach back side of fabric covered plywood to drawer bottom.
Step 13: Put bolts through each hole and secure with nuts.
Step 14: Measure for two glass pieces to rest on nuts. Have the glass cut professionally.
Step 15: Put eye hooks at top.
Step 16: Slide in glass shelves.
Step 17: Celebrate.
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