|Project by TTF||posted 09-24-2016 03:48 PM||1123 views||2 times favorited||10 comments|
I just completed the full gut and remodel of our beach house kitchen. Here I have photos of building the cabinets.
I started off by rough ripping the 3/4 birch plywood down to rough sizes that were easy to handle. I slid them out of the truck and used my track saw.
I used the redwood panels out of our old garage door for the face frames.
The construction is basic box-frame and dado’s using pocket and through screws.
I added beadboard and an X detail to the panels and doors. The doors are made of alder.
I took over the garage to lay them all out
My least favorite part was painting everything. I set up a this rack system in the driveway and it went pretty fast. I built these T-stands to make it flexible when used with 2×4’s. The Dewalt RAS with a dado blade made it go pretty fast.
A spray coat of primer, sand, paint, sand, final. We touched them up once in place.
I made the wood counters out of reclaimed red oak from a buddy’s old entertainment center.
Here is the install.
Here is the completed kitchen. Lots of details I’m not covering here, but I don’t want this post to go on forever. It was a big, but fun project, taking about 2 months in total.
All the details are on my blog.
-- Troy | http://tf-workshop.com | The more I see nature, the more I am amazed at the Creator. - Louis Pasteur