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DIY Coffee Bar: Seal the Pipes

To keep fingerprints and tarnish at bay, spray a couple of light coats of clear lacquer on the copper pipes.

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DIY Kitchen Island on Wheels: Build the Sheet Pan Storage Space

Cut the sheet pan wall, top/bottom sheet pan grooved pieces to size. Using a router fitted with a 1/4" channel bit, route grooves into the top/bottom sheet pan grooved pieces. You can also accomplish this by doing multiple passes on a table saw. These grooves will allow for the sheet pan dividers to slide into place easily. Attach the bottom sheet pan grooved piece with wood glue and 1-1/4" brad nails. Drill 3/4" pocket holes into the sheet pan wall and attach with 1-1/4" pocket hole screws. Add the top sheet pan grooved piece and ensure that it is level.

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DIY Coffee Bar: Bore Holes for Pipe

For my coffee cups, the first hole is 2" from the top, the middle hole at 11", and the bottom hole at 20" from the top. If you have larger or taller coffee cups, you may want to measure and mark your own holes to accommodate your cups so that they hang freely, without bumping into the next row.

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DIY Coffee Bar: Hang the Coffee Mug Display on the Wall

Locate the studs in the wall and use 2-1/2" wood screws to screw the coffee cup display to the wall. Add the S-hooks and hang up your coffee cups.

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Hiring the Wrong Contractor

"You need to make sure that the contractor is right for you, because he's going to be in your home, and you want to make sure it's the right contractor," Jeff says. Stephen Drucker, former editor in chief of House Beautiful adds, "When you interview contractors and check references, the thing you want to find out is, how fast do they return phone calls? A contractor who returns phone calls fast has nothing to hide, and it's going to reduce your anxiety level."

DIY Coffee Bar: Bore Holes for Pipe

Using a drill fitted with a 5/8" Forstner bit, bore three holes in each side frame for the pipe to sit into. Bore the holes about 3/8" deep, being careful not to bore all the way through the boards. Be sure to measure and mark so that the holes in both boards are identical, otherwise your hanging rods won’t be level or square.

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DIY Kitchen Island on Wheels: Prep the Boards and Build the Side Panels

Here is the interior and exterior view of the side panels.

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DIY Kitchen Island on Wheels: Build the Sheet Pan Storage Space

Cut the sheet pan wall, top/bottom sheet pan grooved pieces to size. Using a router fitted with a 1/4" channel bit, route grooves into the top/bottom sheet pan grooved pieces. You can also accomplish this by doing multiple passes on a table saw. These grooves will allow for the sheet pan dividers to slide into place easily. Attach the bottom sheet pan grooved piece with wood glue and 1-1/4" brad nails. Drill 3/4" pocket holes into the sheet pan wall and attach with 1-1/4" pocket hole screws. Add the top sheet pan grooved piece and ensure that it is level.

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DIY Kitchen Island on Wheels: Prep the Boards and Build the Side Panels

In the photo below, notice that the side apron and plywood side panel are both flush to the interior side.

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DIY Kitchen Island on Wheels: Build the Carcass

Cut the middle wall plywood to size and drill 3/4" pocket holes into the four sides. Attach to the side panels with 1-1/4" pocket hole screws. Cut the bottom shelf to size and drill 3/4" pocket holes into the underside of the shelf. Attach with 1-1/4" pocket hole screws. Cut the 2" x 2" bottom shelf trim to length and drill two 1-1/2" pocket holes into each end. Attach the plywood shelf to the bottom shelf trim with 1-1/4" pocket hole screws and use 2-1/2" pocket hole screws to attach the bottom shelf trim to the legs.

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