A free standing kitchen sink cabinet can add table space to a kitchen as well as change the overall appearance of the room. With a wide range of styles available, the sink can play an important role in the overall layout of your kitchen. Building a cabinet for a sink can add to the unique look of the kitchen. Outline the location and dimensions of the new free standing kitchen sink cabinet on the floor of the kitchen using paint tape. Walk around the kitchen and consider the flow of traffic through the kitchen. Make the necessary adjustments to the size or location of the free standing kitchen sink cabinet as necessary. Score a 2-for-4 foot area with linoleum flooring where the cabinet needs a knife. Be sure to cut the inside of the paint tape outlines.
How to build free standing kitchen sink cabinet. Use a metal spatula to peel the floor out of the sub-floor. Remove and discard floor coverings. Measure and cut four pieces of 2-by-4 timber that is 2 meters long and four pieces of 2-by-4 timber that is 4 meters long. Then use wooden screws to attach the pieces together in a rectangle. These will be the upper and lower frames of the cabinet. Cut eight pieces of 2-by-4 logs that are 30 inches long. These pieces will be used for the upright harnesses of kitchen cabinet.
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Place a piece of 30-inch 32-by-4 at each corner of the cabinet frame so that the end of the board flushes with the edge of the frame. Attach the top corner braces to the frame with 1 1/2-inch wood screws; Insert screws through the side of the 2-by-4 bandage diagonally and down the cabinet frame. Place the remaining braces in the center of each side of the cabinet and secure them to the cabinet frame in the same way as the corner braces.
Then to build free standing kitchen sink cabinet. Set the cabinet frame to the cabinet braces using wooden screws. An assistant may be required to help support that frame while you put it to the braces. Place the cabinet frame on the outside of the cabinet harnesses and safely with 1 1/2-inch wood screws. Make sure that the top of the frame flies with the top of the braces. Cut a piece of 1/2-inch plywood 22-by-46 inches with a skill saw. And then place it across the bottom of the cabinet bottom frame. Attach it to the frame with wooden screws.