I made insert frames with some scrap wood and my wife and I wrapped and stapled the fabric to them.
I used a simple jig to drill 5mm system holes for the hinge plates.
Free-swinging Blum CLIP hinges were a snap.
You can see the fabric wrapped frames from the backside of the door here.
The doors are all hung.
It just so happened that my brother and nephew came by today and I talked them into hefting the top shelf in the air for me. It is just sitting on top of the brackets for now.
I couldn’t resit putting the raw mosaic panel in place to check for fit—even though it has no mosaic pattern on it yet.
The TV is just sitting there on it’s stand, but, it will be wall mounted in the final installation.
This is built for a 55” LED TV, but my “little” 42” will hafta do for now.
The mosaic pattern is up in the air again. It almost begs to be a plain Maple panel.
I have since buttoned up the wiring, added magnetic touch latches and added the second touch dimmer switch for the shelf lights.
-- "Hard work is not defined by the difficulty of the task as much as a person's desire to perform it.", DS251