Custom Oak Cabinets

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Project by MattM24 posted 692 days ago 916 views 3 times favorited 5 comments Add to Favorites Watch

These are some of the Cabinets my Father and I make. 3/4” Oak stained Red Mahogany. My Mother did the glass work. We make everything including the Crown Molding. I feel blessed I get to make beautiful stuff with people I care about. We use oak plywood for the sides and Solid oak for frames and doors. We use a mill to drill the holes for hidden hinges. All drawers are 11/16” dovetailed hard maple with Oak fronts.

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#1 posted 692 days ago

Gorgeous work! Wish my kitchen looked half as nice!

-- Joe

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#2 posted 691 days ago

This is a beautiful build, very nice craftsmanship. How did you make the crown molding?, with a router/shaper, or by hand with planes? This a consignment or your own? It looks like many – many man hours.
Thanks for showing.

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#3 posted 691 days ago

Lot of work there. Looks good.

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#4 posted 691 days ago

We use shapers to build the Crown molding. These here are my parents at the house, it takes us about 3 weeks of 4hr a night work to complete a whole kitchen.

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#5 posted 691 days ago

You are, indeed, blessed to be able to build such lovely cabinets and work with your parents. Your mother’s glass work really enhances the cabinets. You’re a great team!

Thanks for sharing.


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