Gorgeous DIY Floating Credenza

Gorgeous DIY Floating Credenza
Gorgeous DIY Floating Credenza
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This DIY IKEA hack is dressed to impress, thanks to the help from some wood and stain. Check out this Gorgeous DIY Floating Credenza. This fauxdenza is perfect if you want an organizer that will both save space and look beautiful. Floating credenzas, or decorated cabinets that are attached to the wall, are all the craze in the DIY home decor world. For good reason, as you can tell by this project! Customizing your cabinets ensures that you can get exactly what you want, whether it is size or design. You’ll be thrilled to start using your new DIY organizer once you’re finished. 

Estimated Cost$31+


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This project looks great! I will have to give it a try because I definitely need to keep the basement organized.

Our work room needs exactly this floating credenza so that we can still store crates underneath it. We have been trying to figure out what to do for more storage but that will also allow us still to use the crates and this is the exact solution that we have needed.

Boy, am I glad to have found this fauxdenza project! We have been looking for a storage unit for our sons room for over a year and have just about given up finding one that he likes and that is also within our budget. This Ikea based project is perfect for the space, Jay loves it and it is affordable.YAY!! And what a clever idea using plywood for the top! Who would have thought Thank you for the free tutorial we are off to buy the materials tomorrow.

This project looks perfect for what I am considering for my craft room. I love the idea of being able to have closed-off storage to keep my papers and especially my die cutting machines in. Also-it seems fairly easy to build-I could possibly do it myself-no intimidating power tools, or at least not ones that I haven't used before. Will definitely add this to my project wish-list. Thanks for sharing!


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