Making an Apothecary Cabinet

In this video I will get rid of some cut offs and scrap pieces of plywood by making an Apothecary Cabinet. The small drawers make it a great storage cabinet for tools, jewelry or small parts. Build an apothecary cabinet and organize your jewelry collection or work space!

Special tools used:
Kreg Pocket Hole Jig –

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17 thoughts on “Making an Apothecary Cabinet”

  1. Nice video, if you use a forstner bit or just taper the corners of your box jig you could still have the same held area and not have to worry about the glue up sticking to the corners.

  2. Do you have instructions for making the legs? I've made cabriole legs before. Are you doing the same thing, but with straight cuts instead of curves? Your cabinet turned out great!

  3. I love this , and I guess since you used 2 X 4 ,and left overs it will be hard for you to post all the measurements so I will have to do some research on them . great video -just missing the measurements 🙁 I bet your wife loves it too to put all of her herbs in

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