For the longest time I’ve wanted a printers cabinet. I’ve been seeing them all over pinterest & in stores. Thing is, that piece you see above, is 2319.08 and that’s before delivery & border costs.
So, I’m sorry.. I’d have to sell one of my kids to afford that. I begged and begged my husband and finally he made one. It cost us about 374.00 in materials, but if you live in a city or in the states I’m sure you could source the supplies/wood at cheaper costs. Still, 2319 down to 374?! WOW.
Here’s the tutorial we followed for ours, it was super super easy, just a little time consuming. Shanty2chic also has a great tutorial for a two door console.printers cabinet, restoration hardware printers cabinet, printers cabinet, easy diy printers cabinet, how to build a printers cabinet
How To Build An Easy Printers Cabinet
I’m not going to lie, I kind of like ours better than the RH model. We tried to make ours chunky like theirs, but it feels sanded better & we have matte varnish on ours.
We decided to forgo the drawers as we don’t really use them. Our drawers are just places we hide junk. So that cut down on time.
We stained this piece in our custom ‘Beachwood‘. A mixture of stains we use. it’s actually our most popular stains our clients pick. We spray painted the knobs in Oil Rubbed Bronze & then I distressed the piece lightly with our sander to give it a more vintage vibe.
All-in-all it turned out perfectly. I didn’t have high expectations on this piece as it really looks more complicated than it actually is.
What do you think? Are you loving on this printers cabinet?
We will be using this as our media stand, but it could be used as a sideboard in a room, living room, hallway.. anywhere!