Friday, March 18, 2011

"S" is for Sideboard

I built a sideboard for Mr. & Mrs. B.




Thanks again to Ana White and her fabulous plans.  I combined the plans from here and here to make this custom sideboard. (This one measures 42"l x 13"w x 30"h.)

The space was previously occupied by a desk which was too deep, compromising the space for the dining chair and not functional as a desk in the space.


Mr. & Mrs. B wanted a sideboard deep enough to hold platters and baskets and have two drawers for storage.


Their all white kitchen provided an easy answer to the finish choice: white semi gloss.


Here's the basic structure complete:


Finished with one coat primer, two coats white semi gloss.


The drawers are simple boxes with pulls easy to slide in and out.



For safety and to avoid the entire drawer sliding out onto someones foot, I added safety cabinet clips to the back edge:


To get the drawer completely out you must depress the clip.  And that way this little guy below won't be able to pull the drawer all the way out:


A good experience with customizing and now Mr. & Mrs. B (and little B) have a furniture piece that works for their space.


I'm linking up to:

The DIY Show Off Photobucket Thumbnail for 'Made By You Monday' Making  Photobucket http://linda-coastalcharm.blogspot.com/SYS Thurs Transformation ThursdayFurniture Feature Fridays Chic on a Shoestring Decorating  

16 comments:

Katy said...

good job! :) love those handles too

Ashley White said...
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ashleywhite-design.com said...

Looks fabulous! I just refinished my own sideboard in white and will be posting the completed pictures soon also! I notice the child locks... and I have to say that I'm amazed at your ambition to build something like that with babies! I swear, I find myself working in my DIY projects in between naps :)

pinktoesandpowertools said...

Love the clean lines on this--Mr. and Mrs. B have got to be very happy with the finished result!

Allison@FabRehab said...

Great work! I've been visiting your blog for awhile...new follower today!

Lolly Jane said...

love how clean & light this piece is! cute!

we'd love for you to link this @ our weekend party :)
lollyjaneboutique.blogspot.com

Shelia said...

Oh, my goodness! You're so smart and this looks wonderful!
Be a sweetie,
Shelia ;)

Kristin @ My Uncommon Slice of Suburbia said...

Love it painted!!!

hilary @ sweet as june ~ home of the upcycle furniture co. ~ said...

i LOVE that u build! awesome! ;)

A Vintage Vine said...

Awesome!!! There is NOT a thing your make, that I would not love to have!! In other words, everything you do is BEAUTIFUL!

bj said...

This is amazing. It looks fabulous.

Lisa said...

That is brilliant. I'v been wanting one of these for a long time. I'm so impressed.

Cheers,
Lisa x

Grace @ Sense and Simplicity said...

That sideboard looks amazing and will be such a useful piece of furniture because of its small scale.

The Rusty Bucket said...

Very simple and clean! I agree with the narrow thing. This looks like it fits the space better.
-Bethanie

Jacqueline said...

Wow you did an amazing job! I'd love it if you would link this up at my new Link Party tomorrow! http://www.mysimplehomelife.com Thanks a bunch.

Kathy C. said...

Wow... just came over from Ana-white to let you know that you did an amazing job! I'm a new follower to your blog as well!