|Project by gpeau||posted 06-05-2013 06:19 PM||870 views||2 times favorited||5 comments|
My wife’s parents asked me to replace two existing cabinets. The original cabinets (last picture) were made of a substrate covered in a plastic veneer which was peeling off and showing the manufactured substrate below. I kept the same dimensions and internal shelf layout the same and matched the coloring of their bathroom vanities, but used solid wood (excl. oak ply backing and panels) while keeping their mirrors and glass…unfortunately one broke during deconstruction.
Bridle joints for all four doors and doweled case construction for the cabinet. I don’t have a drill press, but borrowed a friends to build a jig for dowel alignment.