Inset Jewelry Cabinet: Cutting the Wall and Building the Cabinet. Later, when I attached the cabinet, one single screw drove into that stud at the top. Okay hole cut, supports set, now is time to build the cabinet. I measured the length and width of the rectangle I cut out of the wall. I subtracted 1/4" on the top and side measurement.
From Built-in Kitchen Organizers to Closet Organizers, Hafele has it all. High-quality organizers for kitchen and bedroom areas in your home to help keep them clutter-free. Keep your jewelry organized with a solid wood jewelry cabinet.
Reader Project: Built-In Jewelry Cabinet. Then her husband, Paul, created a single, organized cabinet for the whole collection. The small bedroom didn't have space to spare, so Paul built a cabinet that extends 4 in. into the wall and protrudes 3 in. from the wall, occupying unused space behind the bedroom door.
The cabinet hinges open to reveal rustic nails used as jewelry hooks. Beadboard on the back adds to the charm - but you can also use scrap wood or even leave the back off (hello shiplap wall!) We love that the hardware cloth door is perfect for hooking earrings too. This is a gorgeous piece, only made more beautiful by your jewelry!
For our built-ins we needed to build 3 base cabinets. Two of them are the same size with outside dimensions at 48″ wide, 35″ tall, and 22″ deep. The cabinets have 2 doors and 2 false drawers.
DIY Painted Jewelry Cabinet - 2 Ways I forgot to take a picture of this old jewelry cabinet before I painted it the first time. But it was one of those plain Jane brown woodgrain jewelry cabinets.