Are you looking for repurposed cabinet door project ideas? I have you covered! I’ve been a collector of random, orphaned, unwanted cabinet doors for years.
Some of the project ideas below are easier than others, so I’ll list them from easiest to hardest. But honestly, even the harder ones are easy with my step by step tutorials!
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1. Cabinet Door Chalkboard Ideas
Easiest Chalkboard Project Ever
Mindi from My Love 2 Create is so clever with her repurposed cabinet door projects! Check out her Memo Board!
By adding a small piece of metal, you can easily create this Magnetic Chalkboard using a cabinet door.
A small cupboard door can be made into a chalkboard easel for the kids, kitchen or office!
2. DIY Pet Ramp
This DIY Pet Ramp made from a repurposed cabinet door is great for new puppies, or aging cats and/or dogs. It’s actually been in use in my home for years, with all the above—puppies, cats and dogs!
4. Make a Sign
Use an over sized cabinet door to make a welcome sign for your porch or entryway!
Red Live Laugh Love sign made from a microwave cabinet door.
Great stenciling tips included in this post, Happy Fall Y’all.
I’ve lost track of how many of these signs I’ve made. Every time I made one for my friend, she ended up giving it away and asking for another one to replace it. We could all use a little more of God’s Top Ten! Several more sign ideas in this article.
Easy sign, Our House May Be Small.
When I had a booth, I made a lot of signs, so see more in the post Signs for my Booth.
5. Make a Hook Shelf from a Repurposed Cabinet Door
These easy cabinet door projects are very fun to make, and they are ohhh so functional!
Repurpose old license plates and a cabinet door to make a functional coat rack!
Here’s another fairly easy coat rack shelf made from a cabinet door.
6. Repurposed Cabinet Door Planters
Use a cupboard door, a hook, and a loaf pan, and you have yourself a Cabinet Door Herb Planter.
Build a planter using 4 unwanted cabinet doors.
7. Paned Cabinet Door Projects | Lites glass
Some cabinet doors have panes or lites. They originally had glass in them. This photo display shelf was made with a small door that still had the glass!
This chalkboard hook rack was made from the matching door but without the glass. I had four of these. Two were used as doors to a cabinet. Imagine that.
This chalkboard is an easy project. See below in the build it section for a cabinet made using two of these doors.
8. Build it From Cabinet Doors
This Kid’s Dress Up Armoire was actually made from entertainment center doors.
I’ve always loved dresser harps, but didn’t have one, so I made this Faux Dresser Harp Chalkboard out of a repurposed cabinet door and random bits and pieces.
Add a board to the top of a double paned cabinet door to make a fabulous command center.
If you’re keeping track, I think this is the third project made from $1 doors from the ReStore. What kid wouldn’t love their very own ABC Toy Box?
Make a handy craft paper memo board out of an over sized cabinet door.
What a great idea! Make a DIY Lap Desk.
I used four identical cupboard doors to make a base for this bench. For me, it is easier to repurpose them than to use a router to make wood prettier.
Make a bookshelf like Mindi did!
An extra large chalkboard shelf made by adding bits and pieces to a cabinet door.
A cupboard door can be used to make a small side table.
Another great bookshelf using large cabinet doors.
By building a frame around large cabinet doors, I was able to make a chalkboard easel stand.
What to do with these? Build a box (frame) and make a cupboard that can hang on the wall or rest on the floor. See the details in my post Shelf With Repurposed Cupboard Doors.
Make a small bench for the kids, their dolls or even for YOUR flower garden or patio.
A custom box was made to suit this one to make a hanging cupboard.
What will YOU make out of a repurposed cabinet door?
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Hi, there! I’m Gail, the author and mastermind behind My Repurposed Life. I’m obsessed with finding potential in unexpected places and believe that with a little hard work and imagination, any old thing can be made useful again—myself included! I hope you’ll enjoy the journey and pick up a few tools along the way… literally!