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Pallet Doors with a Poplar Twist!

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When I wanted to replace our 1980s kitchen cabinet doors, I turned to my pallet wood after seeing a picture of this online. I wanted the door frame to be store-bought wood for a modern look but wanted the center panel to be pallet wood to kind of go with our Corrugated Metal backsplash.

I used the existing hinges to reuse the cabinet bodies as if nothing was wrong with them and used the existing hinges. The door frames are 1×3 Poplar wood from a box store, and I put them together with pocket holes and glue. I resawed my pallet wood pieces in half to make the panels, and they are shy of 1/4″ thick.

I used staples to hold them in a rabbet cut in the door frame. Then, I put one coat of primer and two coats of paint on the door frames, stained the pallet wood, and then put one coat of Polyurethane on top of that.

Pallet Doors with a Poplar Twist! Pallet Walls & Pallet Doors
Pallet Doors with a Poplar Twist! Pallet Walls & Pallet Doors
Pallet Doors with a Poplar Twist! Pallet Walls & Pallet Doors
Pallet Doors with a Poplar Twist! Pallet Walls & Pallet Doors
Pallet Doors with a Poplar Twist! Pallet Walls & Pallet Doors
Pallet Doors with a Poplar Twist! Pallet Walls & Pallet Doors
Pallet Doors with a Poplar Twist! Pallet Walls & Pallet Doors
Pallet Doors with a Poplar Twist! Pallet Walls & Pallet Doors
Pallet Doors with a Poplar Twist! Pallet Walls & Pallet Doors
Pallet Doors with a Poplar Twist! Pallet Walls & Pallet Doors

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