|Buffet when we brought it home|
|Buffet sanded and ready for priming|
|Buffet after priming|
We worked late evenings to trim the bottom of the buffet so that it was flat. (It was dark so there are no photos of this process.) Since we surmised that there were legs on the original buffet based on the rounded edges of each corner, The Mister trimmed these rounded edges with a circular saw creating a flat surface for the new legs. Using the Kreg jig, The Mister drilled three holes in each leg and attached them to the buffet using 2inch screws. Once the legs were attached, I puttied and sanded, puttied and sanded some more to create a smooth surface. It isn’t perfect, but after a coat of primer and three coats of paint it looks pretty good.