Another yellow and white makeover beauty :) from Ladies Home Journal:
- They replaced the upper pullout shelf with a fixed painted plywood shelf hung on wooden brackets, which was screwed directly into the armoire’s back wall.
- They cut Homasote boards (recycled fiberboards soft enough to sink pushpins into) to fit the back and the side door panels and covered them in fabric secured with a staple gun. Small screw hooks hold each panel in place; you can also simply screw the panels to the corners.
- They swapped out dated brass hardware for pretty (and inexpensive) glass knobs.
- The original TV shelf became a functional slideout work surface. To make it movable, they screwed two drawer glides (available at hardware stores) into the top of the base about 6 inches in from the sides and then set the shelf into the glides. Knobs make it easy to pull the shelf out and push it back in.