I've converted quite a few pieces of furniture into humidor's. As for that one it's going to take some time and effort, how are your woodworking skill's? Do you have or have access to woodworking tools? Could you build that cabinet from scratch? If you can mill the cedar yourself it might be worth the time. If you decided to go ahead I can offer some tips that might save you some headaches.
The front, sides and top are half inch solid hardwood. Back is eight inch. Been looking around for cedar have couple lumber yards I know and a b&m doing some hunting for me. Agree door gasket will be the challenge. Dollar bill moves with some but not very much effort.
This sounds like an AWESOME project! Im a newbie to the cigar scene and wouldn't need a humidor that large but you have definitely given me an idea if/when I need one:)Roland
I could not build this from scratch. The top is removable and very well sealed with removable shelves. My intentions are to remove the shelving and line with spanish cedar along with replacing current shelving with cedar shelving. This I could do with the tools I own or can borrow. If that goes well I then plan on dong the bottom separate as an aging storage humidor in same fashion. Would be welcome to any suggestions you have or if you think it won't work let me know.