Build a Jelly Cupboard


cupboard planThis classic cabinet became popular in the mid-1800s, when heartland homesteaders, far from town centers, needed a handy spot to stockpile preserves.

Sometimes you’ll see more ornate, antique versions in oak or cherry, but most are painted pine, like this handsome example. If you want to build one, we recommend working with edge-glued panels. They give you enough width to get the face frame and door out of a single piece, and, unlike plywood, the cut edges are smooth and feel finished when painted.

If you prefer to spend your time canning, you can certainly buy a cupboard.

Read the full article with building plans on ‘This Old House’

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