Shaker Kitchen Cabinets Design


Shaker Kitchen Cabinets – Measure the cabinet opening (height, depth and width) to determine the total size of the cabinet. Remaining 3/4 of the depth measurement to accommodate the face frame. Subtract 1.5 inches from the measurement of the width to accommodate the sides. Then cut two pieces of 3/4 inch plywood wood measurements of height and depth of the table saw. These will be your sides. Mount the canal with wood glue clamps and bars. Make sure that the lower part of his Cabinet rose to 2 inches from the bottom edge of the side pieces to accommodate the face frame.

Add the face frame

Cut four pieces of hardwood 3/4-inch to 2 inches wide using the table saw. Second, determine the front of his cabinet and glue and attach two pieces of wood 2 inches wide wood along the left and right side of his cabinet. These parts are called studs. Third, cut the remaining two pieces to fit snugly between the beams. These parts are called rails. Forth, paste and fasten the rails to the cabinet. Fifth, measure and cut a piece of quarter-inch plywood wood to cover the back. Glue in place.

Making a Shaker door

Measure the vertical and horizontal gap between the stiles and rails. Add an additional 1 inch to each measurement. Then cut two pieces 2 inches wide hardwood 3/4 inches to your vertical measurement. These are the rails for your door.Subtract 4 inches of horizontal measurement and cut two pieces 2 inches wide wooden timber 3/4 inches to this measurement. These will be the door tracks. Use a router with Shaker style stile and rail routers pieces, cut each post and rail. May dry place stiles and rails together and measure opening for the panel Shaker style. Cut 1/4-inch hardwood plywood to fit the opening of post and rail. Fit the door and tail together. Secure with bar clamps. Place the cabinet door with a hinge.

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