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Easy tweak for a new dining buffet with hutch

I turned an old IKEA LEKSVIK cabinet into a dining buffet with hutch.

IKEA item used:
  • LEKSVIK glass door cabinet. (Some items in the LEKSVIK range are still available, but this particular cabinet model does not seem to be in production anymore.)
IKEA LEKSVIK

IKEA LEKSVIK – before

Other materials:

Instructions for dining buffet with hutch

To make my dining buffet with hutch, all I need to do was to apply a simple coat of flat black paint to make it match my dining room furniture. I painted the inside of the glass cabinet too.

Then I nailed on a birch backing, cut to size, to fill the cavity between the lower cabinet and upper glass cabinet. I painted the birch backing board in the same colour as well.

Easy tweak for a new dining buffet with hutch

It looks fabulous and is a great fit in my dining room.

Easy tweak for a new dining buffet with hutch

~ by Jeff


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