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The DIY Extra Counter Top with Shelving Unit Idea

Alright, folks, we’re talking about turning half-height shelving units into an extra kitchen countertop. I mean, who needs a full-height countertop when you can have a half-height one? Am I right?

But here’s the thing, we’re not just stopping at a countertop.

Oh no, we’re taking it to the next level and using it to store all of our small appliances. That’s right, air fryers, blenders, slow cookers, toaster ovens, you name it, we’re storing it.

Now, before you get too excited, there’s a little bit of work involved.

We’ve got to measure the dimensions we need, cut it with a circular saw, and make holes for the legs of the shelving units. It’s like a DIY project straight out of ‘This Old House.’

But once you’ve got it all set up, it’s like having your own personal sous chef. Or at least that’s what I tell myself. And let’s be honest; it’s always nice to have an extra surface to work on. It’s like having a backstage area in your kitchen.

So, get ready to channel your inner carpenter, and let’s turn those half-height shelving units into kitchen masterpieces. And who knows, maybe you’ll even impress your friends with your newfound woodworking skills.

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