Turn a Kitchen Cabinet Into a Flat-Screen TV Cover
Disguise a flat-screen TV as a decorative focal point with a kitchen wall cabinet, basic wood trim and mirrors.
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Pick up ready-made mirrors and have them cut to size at a local glass-cutting shop. Add mirror mastic in several spots along the face of the door fronts. Insert mirrors between attached strips of 1X2" wood trim.
Measure and Mark Cork
Use measuring tape to determine proper measurements of cabinet door interior. Referring to these measurements, unfurl roll of cork, then mark to size with pencil.
Cut Cork to Size
On a flat, level surface, cut cork to size using retractable blade.
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