Just imagine the storage space in this 18 drawer DIY apothecary cabinet! Perfect for craft/hobby spaces, office/work spaces, living room, kitchen, garage . . . you name it! Building plans available, and best for the intermediate to advanced woodworker.
*This post is sponsored and made possible by Kreg. Free plans for this apothecary cabinet found at buildsomething.com. All opinions are my own.
Can you guess what Mr. TIDBITS says is his least favorite thing to build? Go ahead – take a stab at it.
Guess what Mr. TIDBITS just made for me?
An 18 drawer apothecary cabinet.
True love my friends. True love.
We are slowly but surely working on our office space, that is in desperate need of some loving care. We needed storage and workspace, and of course it had to be show stopping amazing, so I dreamed up a French blue, multi-drawer apothecary cabinet . . . with 18 drawers of course.
I have yet to fill them up. Tell me, what would you store in this beauty if you had 18 drawers to fill?
I wanted this piece to have a slight vintage feel to it, but new wood can be tricky to give an antique appearance to. I had fun with some painting techniques, so I’ll be sure to come back to show you my painting steps and products used to add some character to new wood.
I am so in love with the minimalistic, slightly modern, slightly vintage hardware we received from Liberty Hardware. I’ll be back again to show you how to install hardware on your new furniture pieces.
Mr. TIDBITS and I are DIY to the core, and designing and building our own pieces for our home brings us so much pleasure. We hope you’ll enjoy these free plans for this 18 drawer apothecary cabinet, designed by my wonderful Mr. TIDBITS himself, and made possible because of Kreg. Be sure to check out buildsomething.com (Kreg’s DIY Project Plan site) for the free plans, and many other wonderful woodworking projects!
Now that this beast is complete, we are scheming up other elements for the space. Stay tuned as we build, organize and style our new office!
I’ve already been collecting a few decor pieces, such as artwork from antique/thrift stores.
It’s really not a big space, but we plan to make the most of it!
Thanks for visiting today!