Lowe's Home Improvement

Ring-Motif Cabinet Door

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Transform kitchen cabinet doors with a fun mix of geometric shapes. It's quick and easy using PVC pipe slices. Then paint everything your favorite color.

 Green painted PVC ring cabinet door

Project Overview

Skill Level


Estimated Time

1 weekend

Estimated Cost


Tools and Materials


  • Miter saw
  • 120- and 180-grit sandpaper


  • 4-in x 5-ft PVC pipe, #23839
  • 3/4-in chrome whistle knob, #300524
  • Loctite clear silicone sealant, #176219
  • Valspar Signature semigloss paint, Apple 6 (#LA1006)
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One pipe can be cut into enough circles to decorate five to seven doors, depending on their size.

Step 1

Use a miter saw to cut enough 1/2-in-long PVC pipe rings to cover the door panel --cut a few extras to fill any gaps at the top and bottom. Sand away any rough edges or saw marks.
Good to Know
To cut the PVC pipe rings at a consistent thickness, clamp a stop block to your miter saw 1/2-in from the blade.

Step 2

Lay a vertical column of circles on the door panel and measure any leftover space at the top or bottom. Divide the leftover area in half for the height of any partial circles at the top and bottom. Center the middle column of circles on the door and fasten them to the door panel with adhesive sealant. Let dry.

Step 3

Add additional stacks of rings on both sides of the center column. If necessary, cut the rings to fit the panel. Fasten them in place with sealant and let dry.

Step 4

Prime and paint the door. Attach a cabinet knob or handle and reattach the door to the cabinet.