|Forum topic by DBuonomano||posted 08-31-2012 06:09 PM||2041 views||0 times favorited||9 replies|
08-31-2012 06:09 PM
I’ve been in the design phase of a built in bookcase with window seat project for a while, and I’m having trouble making one last design call. I have a window that is centered on the wall, with a base cabinet on either side with bookshelves on top.
There will be three inset doors w/ a face frame in each base cabinet, but I’m not sure if I need to do a face frame rail between doors #2 & #3 or just do the face frame around all three doors. My current plan was just to do a plywood wall within the case between doors 2 and 3 to use as a divider and place to put a hidden hinge for door #2 but I’m not sure how it’ll work out.
I’ve done cabinets with two doors and four doors and figuring out the face frames on those is easier, I just can’t decide what will look the best once completed. Any thoughts? Here’s a picture of my sketchup model; when finished it’ll all be painted white. The materials I used in sketchup are just so I can export into CutList and have the materials grouped by type (Sanded Plywood, poplar, etc…)
Any and all help is appreciated!
Also, here’s a link to the Sketchup Model on the 3D Warehouse: