Vintage Washboard Wall Cabinet
This Vintage Washboard redo and re-purposed project was made by my dad. He surprised me by making this for our cabin. We have now sold our cabin, but I couldn’t part with this piece. Now, we are enjoying this Vintage Washboard Wall Cabinet hanging in our guest bathroom at home. I thought I’d share this special piece with you. My dad made a simple box and attached the washboard to it. If you’re handy with wood, this is an easy DIY project.
A bit of light stain brought out a lot of the detail on the washboard.
The box measures 12 1/2″ wide and 17 1/2″ long.
Small door hinges on one side attach the box to the washboard.
A simple latch keeps the box closed.
A stained dowel added between the legs of the washboard makes a nice place for a hand towel.
Inside I place soap, lotion, cotton balls, extra toothbrushes, Q-tips and any other items that my guests may need. This Vintage Washboard Wall Cabinet is perfect in a bathroom or a laundry room! I love this piece and the memories that go with it.
Were you inspired to make one of your own?
Thanks for stopping by,