I am so excited to share with you guys my newest project- this craftsman style buffet cabinet. I am in love with this buffet cabinet I just designed and built.
We needed extra storage for things like tablecloths, dishes, and even crayons and coloring books- haha! So I wanted something that was totally enclosed. I knew I wanted drawers, because- crayons! But I also knew I wanted shelves where we could store larger things too.
I absolutely LOVE the way this piece of furniture turned out! I love the shape and style of it, and I love the natural look of the dark stained wood. I was really torn on whether I wanted to paint it or stain it, because if you have seen any of the furniture I’ve designed and built- like my coffee table, desk, farmhouse bench– you know I love the white painted wood with a solid dark stained top. But I really loved how my jewelry cabinet looked all stained, and so I went with the all stained look.
This is a pretty advanced build, it cost about $250 for the lumber and supplies, and it took about 15 hours in the shop to build. But it is a SOLID, stong piece of furniture, made of 100% real wood- no composites. It’s definitely a piece that we will love and cherish forever.
Of course I drew up some building plans for this buffet cabinet. I’m excited to share the full how-to, including the plans over at BuildSomething.com, which is Kreg’s new building plan site (you know, the Kreg Jig people).
Click over to BuildSomething.com to check out my buffet cabinet free building plans!
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If you liked this project, you might like some of my other DIY projects:
Farmhouse Buffet free building plans