Think of plain cabinet fronts as a blank canvas. A few strips of thin wood slats and a little paint turn them into eye-appealing accessories.
1. Using screen lath, mark an X on the flat panels of the cabinet doors.
2. Cut one strip to fit diagonally across the panels. Mark where it meets the routed edges and cut at an angle with a coping saw.
3. Repeat for the opposite side, but cut in the center to cross the first strip. Glue the strips in place. Caulk the gaps and paint to match the cabinet.