|Forum topic by AnthonyC||posted 07-12-2010 03:18 PM||4376 views||0 times favorited||5 replies|
07-12-2010 03:18 PM
In a visit to a kitchen showroom last Saturday, the wife and I saw some inset cabinets that had the bead on the door itself and a simple 1 3/4 to 2” face frame.
Now I’ve seen the Kreg method, applied method, and some of the custom machine methods of making a quirk bead on the face frame, but I was at a loss for how you would put one on the door, short of just applying a miter all the way around the door. Then I would imaging wood movement was an issue, since you’d have the bead at a cross grain to the width of the panel.
These were painted BTW, so I have no idea of material or construction. Definitely wood, though, not particle board/MDF.
Just curious b/c the wife really liked the look and that would be easier (I hope) than 20 or so rail and stile doors.
-- Amateur woodworker, professional mess-maker.