|Project by gene||posted 11-16-2007 06:21 PM||1970 views||1 time favorited||14 comments|
(2 sets of project pictures) I built these cabinets and remodeled our small kitchen about 13 years ago. They are made with red oak and stained natural with a sprayed lacquer finish. I used biscuit joinery for the face frames and door panels. The shelves in the base cabinets have drawer guides for easy pot and pan retrieval. I also did the laminate work. The tile work was my design and was done by my step son. The 4” crown molding was purchased and I made the dental molding. The oak edge mold incorporated on the counter top was my design and a special order and purchased. The company that had to make it, had to make it 3 times to get it right. (Said it was to hard to attach the oak strip and they would never do it again.)
I am going to build new doors in the near future, for the opening above the stove, left when we changed the microwave to a larger one.
-- Gene, a Christian in Virginia