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Initially, we cut slots into the top row of the pegboard for hanging post-style earrings . That was a fail because the pegboard is too thick and they kept falling off. This is the point where you’ll need that second set of hands to have someone hold the cabinet up to the wall where you want it mounted. Place a level on the top of the cabinet to ensure it is nice and straight. Using an Awl poke a hole into the wall through your pilot holes in all four corners.

Also, the pegboard holes are perfect for hanging wire back earrings . We need to add a space between the back of the cabinet and the pegboard so hooks and earrings can hang from the pegboard. To do this cut two strips of 1″” x 1″” lumber to fit inside the cabinet . Mount a 48-inch piano hinge onto the back of the door #8 1/2-inch wood screws. Make sure the screws are not too long that they break the mirror on the opposite side. Attach the door to the cabinet with the piano hinge and #8 1/2-inch wood screws .

Cut a piece of 1/4 inch plywood 1/2 inch smaller on all sides than the mirror. If you love to soak up the sun, you’ll find plenty of outdoor patio ideas that’ll help you create the perfect al fresco living space. Browse outdoor sofas and sectionals, firepits, pool accessories, and more with your favorite brands like Latitude Run, Red Barrel Studio, Bayou Breeze, and others. Alternatively, you could install one of these wooden earring holders and in hindsight, I wish we had. All your earrings can hang on it without having to take them off for post earrings. I used to have one just like it and boy am I kicking myself for donating it a few years ago.

The cabinet can either be recessed into the wall between two studs or mounted on the wall like we did. Send me exclusive offers, unique gift ideas, and personalised tips for shopping and selling on Etsy. Hang them on the back of the door with #8 1/2-inch wood screws. Place the screws into the pilot holes inside the cabinet and screw them in until they stick out the back of the cabinet. This will make it much easier to line them up to the wall anchors.

Now that the plywood on the back of the door is cured, paint it the same color as the cabinet. This next step is completely optional but to add a fun element inside the door, stencil the painted plywood. I used a fun polka dot stencil and white acrylic craft paint on mine. Before installing the mirror onto the cabinet you’ll need to add a plywood back for the accessory hooks to mount onto.

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We painted ours Wedgewood Gray (HC-146), the same color as our bedroom walls. With 1″” x 3″” lumber build a simple rectangular box frame like pictured above, assembled with a couple of #8 2-inch wood screws in each corner. Conceal the screw heads with wood filler and sand smooth once dry. Alternatively, you could assemble the cabinet with pocket holes using a Kreg Pocket Hole Jig so the screws are hidden.

We installed two cup hooks into the pegboard and hung a small piece of wire mesh. Our kids used to have these IKEA hooks in their rooms growing up. I keep everything so they came in handy to hang my necklaces inside the cabinet door. First, you’ll want to paint them the same color as the cabinet because they will be seen from behind the pegboard. Once the paint is dry attach them with wood glue and brad nails. While the glue is curing on the door, now’s a good time to paint the cabinet.