My Styling Cabinet
This project has been in the works or in my head for quite some time. I’m so glad that I get to share it with you today and show you how I transformed an old medicine cabinet into becoming one of the most useful and functional pieces of equipment in my bathroom. I hated always having to pull out my hair dryer, curling iron or flat iron in the mornings to get ready. It was always so time consuming to plug in, unplug and put away and I wanted to find a more efficient way of starting my day. Without further ado, let me show you how a $20.00 cabinet was made into My Styling Cabinet.
I saw a show a long time ago about this lady that invented a styling station or something and I remember her saying how much it was going to be and knew that I wasn’t going to pay that for it. I have always had it in the back of of my mind to make it one day and when I went into Second Home Furniture in Lewisville I found this cabinet for $20.00 and knew it would be perfect. Here is what I did to transform this old medicine cabinet into a styling cabinet for my hair dryer, curling and flat iron.
- Cabinet – $20.00 – Second Home Furniture
- Hooks – $7.50 – Home Depot
- Brown trim – $3.00 – JoAnn’s
- Power strip – $6.00 – Ace Hardware
I didn’t have to invest in the fabric or the paint. I used the paint that came with the house so it would blend in well in the bathroom.
Hope you love it as much as I do. It will be so nice to have everything plugged in and ready to go when I need it instead of dragging each item out one at a time. Everything remains plugged in and ready to use.
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~ That is such a good idea! So creative. Thanks for sharing with us today!
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