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DIY Coffee Bar: Measure and Cut Copper Pipe

Measure and mark 18-3/4" of the copper pipe and use a pipe cutter to cut three pieces to length. Simply clamp the pipe cutter onto the pipe and turn it around the pipe. Twist the knob after every turn to tighten the clamp. The blade will slowly cut through the pipe. Gently sand any sharp edges if necessary.

Photo By: Jen Woodhouse

DIY Kitchen Island on Wheels

Need some extra workspace in your kitchen? Build a rolling island for added functionality and style. One side stores a stand mixer, sheet pans, cutting boards and more, while the other side allows for extra seating. Perfect for small spaces, this portable kitchen island easily rolls out when you need it and neatly tucks away when you don’t.

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Photo By: Jen Woodhouse

DIY Coffee Bar: Cut the Frame

Using the cut list above, measure and mark the 1” x 4” and 1” x 6” boards to length. Sand any splintered or rough edges with sandpaper until the wood is smooth.

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Floor to Ceiling Glass Wall Allows Natural Light Into Open Kitchen, Dining and Living Space.

The open concept living-dining-kitchen of this home allows the family to maximize time together and integrates garden and pool landscapes through the floor to ceiling wall of sliding glass.

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Photo By: Jonathan C. Warfield

DIY Kitchen Island on Wheels

Need some extra workspace in your kitchen? Build a rolling island for added functionality and style. One side stores a stand mixer, sheet pans, cutting boards and more, while the other side allows for extra seating. Perfect for small spaces, this portable kitchen island easily rolls out when you need it and neatly tucks away when you don’t.

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Photo By: Jen Woodhouse

DIY Kitchen Island on Wheels: Attach the Middle and Top Shelves

Cut the middle plywood shelf to size and drill 3/4" pocket holes into the undersides. Attach to the carcass with 1-1/4" pocket hole screws. Add the trim with brad nails and pocket hole screws. Check for level. Cut the 1/4" plywood sheet pan dividers to size. Dry fit to see if items will fit. The stand mixer should fit on the bottom shelf, the sheet pan dividers should easily slide into place, and the top shelf is designed to fit standard rolls of aluminum foil, plastic wrap, and other food storage items.

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Photo By: Jen Woodhouse

DIY Kitchen Island on Wheels: Install the Casters

Using a 5/16" drill bit, drill a hole into the legs. Tap the tee nuts into place with a mallet. Screw the casters in.

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Photo By: Jen Woodhouse

DIY Kitchen Island on Wheels

Need some extra workspace in your kitchen? Build a rolling island for added functionality and style. One side stores a stand mixer, sheet pans, cutting boards and more, while the other side allows for extra seating. Perfect for small spaces, this portable kitchen island easily rolls out when you need it and neatly tucks away when you don’t.

Tags: 
  1. kitchens

Photo By: Jen Woodhouse

DIY Kitchen Island on Wheels

Need some extra workspace in your kitchen? Build a rolling island for added functionality and style. One side stores a stand mixer, sheet pans, cutting boards and more, while the other side allows for extra seating. Perfect for small spaces, this portable kitchen island easily rolls out when you need it and neatly tucks away when you don’t.

Tags: 
  1. kitchens

Photo By: Jen Woodhouse

DIY Kitchen Island on Wheels

Need some extra workspace in your kitchen? Build a rolling island for added functionality and style. One side stores a stand mixer, sheet pans, cutting boards and more, while the other side allows for extra seating. Perfect for small spaces, this portable kitchen island easily rolls out when you need it and neatly tucks away when you don’t.

Tags: 
  1. kitchens

Photo By: Jen Woodhouse

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