I built this corner cabinet as a Christmas present for Christine. Â It is made entirely of reclaimed wood, but is particularly special to us because the door and face frame are made from our home’s original electrical panel box. Â I’ve been holding onto it for 12 years, thinking about the most appropriate use for the large door. Â I settled on the corner cabinet as a way to maximize space in our bedroom, which is dominated by large windows. Â The latch and hinges are the original hardware, but I inverted the door in order to have the latch at a better height. Â Â By extending the sides of the cabinet straight back from the face, I gained better shelf space and allowed the door to clear the window ledge when it swings open. Â The color on the interior of the cabinet panels was suggested by some reclaimed plywood shelving, and I mixed a new batch of paint to clean it up. Â Both sides of the back panels are painted. Â I made a children’s table with a similar color scheme last summer, which you can see here. Â I just like the way the aqua blue/green colors look next to the wood.