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Building Kitchen Cabinets (03 Edition)by Schmidt
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Cabinets come in many styles and finishes, but the one thing they have in common is how much they can influence the overall appearance of a kitchen. A run of new cabinets can completely transform a space — and add significantly to the value of a home. It’s no wonder they can cost so much. But now they don’t have to. Kitchen Cabinets Made Simple demystifies kitchen cabinet construction and makes it possible for the dedicated do-it-yourselfer to build new cabinets for a fraction of the cost of buying them. This multi-media approach — DVD and illustrated book guide — visually and completely instruct woodworkers throughout the process of building sturdy face-frame cabinets with frame-and-panel doors. It’s all in here — from drawing out a plan and constructing the cabinet boxes to finishing and installation.
A new edition to Taunton's "Build Like a Pro" series allows amateurs to build kitchen cabinets with professional polish, complete with advice on design, selecting materials and hardware, and finishing styles. Original.
Professional cabinetmaker Udo Schmidt covers the entire process of making a set of kitchen cabinets, from preparing materials and selecting the right tools to finishing and installing hardware. 350 photos & illustrations.
Building instead of buying cabinets means not only cost savings but also better materials and a truly custom kitchen. This book shows anyone how to build a complete set of kitchen cabinets. Professional cabinetmaker Udo Schmidt covers the entire process, from preparing materials and selecting the right tools to finishing and installing hardware.
About the Author
GREGORY PAOLINI designs and builds furniture and cabinetry from a small shop nestled in the Smokey Mountains, just west of Asheville, North Carolina. He also teaches and writes about the craft and is a frequent contributor to Fine Woodworking magazine.
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