Fitting drawers is not for the faint of heart. It’s at this point in the project you wish you would’ve spent more time making sure everything was square. I went with metal full pull out slides..or I guess they are 18” slides and the carcass depth is 21” or so.
The upper doors are your basic mortise and tenon joinery…the tenon is a haunch tenon. The hardest part about the doors is getting the hinge mortise done correctly…that is why the one door on the left is slightly ajar…I still need to revisit that. I like hand tools but I don’t have the luxury of time (as you can see by one of my assistants in the picture below). I bought a HD trim router as recommended here on the LJ site. It works great and was well worth it. I especially like the led light…very handy.
Here is the final assembly as presented by my helper..
And finally a side view
I want to say thanks to all the others on this site for posting their projects. It’s inspirational to see all the great talent out there.