Kitchen Cabinets, Part 1

Margaret Forrest kitchen standard aliminum framed

If you need safe (non-toxic) kitchen or other cabinets, here’s a brilliant idea with the basic how-to from Margaret Forrest at her new blog Build A Healthy House.

Because kitchen cabinetry is normally made from engineered materials like mdf, plywood, or particleboard, people with chemical sensitivities have to find other solutions that will be safe for them. Some people have their cabinets crafted out of solid wood and seal the wood with a safe sealer like AFM Safeseal or other product that they tolerate. Others find all metal cabinetry.

My original plan was to build my cabinets out of poplar then finish them with milk paint and a safe sealer. Unfortunately, my husband and I were camping on our land while the house was being built so I had no wood shop. While lying under the stars one night thinking/obsessing over the problem of how I was going to accomplish this project outside, I kept coming back to the same issue: how was I going to keep the wood from molding? One of our ongoing struggles living outside…

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5 responses to “Kitchen Cabinets, Part 1

  1. When I went to your site I got a virus warning.

    All the Best, Jo-An

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  2. So creative and they look great!!

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