So I have no woodworking experience, but I have done a lot of minor home repairs
(putting up trim and crown molding, replacing parts of a damaged hard wood floor,
putting up a couple of walls, ( the general kind of stuff all homeowners end
up doing somewhere along the line).
We recently bought a condo and while the the kitchen cabinets have been painted white,
the boxes themselves are in good shape but the doors are plain and ugly. I would like to
try to make new ones myself, not only because I am cheap but because I think it would
be fun…and a good way to get an introduction to woodworking/carpentry.
So my question is, is this something that a novice can attempt? Something basic like a
Shaker style would be okay. If it’s something I can attempt, is there a good place to go
for styles, directions, materials list etc? A website would be nice, but I’m not adverse
to purchasing a book or two if they would be beneficial.
Thanks in advance.