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DIY Cabinet feet

Adding decorative feet to your cabinets can give them a ton of character and is super quick and easy to accomplish.

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Cut the end of your piece on a 45 degree miter. 1" lumber works great for this job.

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Mark 2 3/4" from the end.

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Mark 2 3/4" from the edge of the board.

Then mark 1 1/8" from each end.

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Using an object with a desirable radius (WD-40 can works perfectly), mark the arc on your piece.

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Make a jigsaw cut down your arc.

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Cut the straight lines. Be careful and prudent. Safety is important.

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Make a mirror image of that piece.

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I used glue, a trim nailer, and some blocking to make them very strong.

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Cut the feet to length and tap them in carefully with a rubber mallet. In some places, I added a small dab of glue to the floor to keep the feet in place.