|Project by hazbro||posted 05-11-2010 08:58 PM||1920 views||8 times favorited||17 comments|
It was a project that seemed to have no end. But it did. These cabs are finally fully assembled and installed.
The cases are made of 3/4 maple (prolly plz believe china) plywood and the doors are also maple ply framed with 2” leopard wood. The drawers and drawer faces are made of solid maple, with the drawers getting hardwood dowel pins/rabbet joints and the faces getting a 1/2 inch leopard wood in line with the stainless steel hardware. All of the internal hardware is “euro” style. The top cabinets run all the way to the ceiling to maximize space in a smaller kitchen in a 1930’s built house.
I prefer the flat faced doors for kitchen and bath applications for the ease of keeping clean.
The finish was 3 coats of zinsser seal coat followed by 3 more coats of acrylic polyurethane sanded to 2000 grit for a nice kitchen shine.
Thanks for looking,
-- measure once, keep cuttin' til it fits