How to replace a glass cupboard door with chicken wire

If you're tired of the glass door on one of your cupboards, why not replace it with a piece of chicken wire? It might sound strange at first, but chicken wire can actually enhance an old piece of furniture.
Swapping out the glass for chicken wire is fairly easy and is a surefire way to bring some rustic country charm into your home. Watch the video and read the instructions if you're ready to learn how it's done.
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Materials
- Cupboard with glass door
- Work gloves
- Needle-nose pliers
- Screwdriver
- Sanding block
- Chalk paint
- Paintbrush
- Chicken wire
- Staple gun
Instructions
1. Remove the glass panel from the cupboard door with the needle-nose pliers and screwdriver. Take off the knob as well, and set it aside.
2. Sand the cupboard to remove any rough edges.
3. Coat the entire cupboard, inside and outside, with chalk paint.
4. Once the paint is dry, reattach the knob to the cupboard door.
5. Place a piece of chicken wire over the back of the cupboard door frame and attach it with the staple gun.
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