Some months ago, I built a little cellarette from a kit. As I mentioned in my previous post, I wasn't altogether happy with the way it turned out. I spent a little time recently reworking the piece and like it a lot more now. Click here to read the rest of this entry... First, I added some higher-quality hinges to the lid so it would open and close without binding. Then I added a lock to the front and built and installed a divider in the main compartment, similar to those I've seen in pictures of real-life cellarettes. I beveled the top ege of the lid for an overall less boxy appearance. This little detail isn't very noticeable from a distance, but I think it makes a big overall impact nonetheless. I found these adorable little casters (the wheels really turn!) and added them to each leg. Finally, I lined the drawer with green "leather" (actually, just some scrapbook paper I have in my stash). I think it looks a lot more realistic now, and that's one of my main goals in my miniature endeavors. What do you think?