Synopses & Reviews
Here is a virtual encyclopedia of cabinet door and drawer styles and instruction for designing, constructing, and installing them. Slab, MDF, simulated and true raised panel, frame and panel, arched frame and panel, mitered panel, cope and stick, glass, and tambour: all of these types of cabinet doors--and the drawers to match--are illustrated and explained with step-by-step construction notes and measurements. In addition, all of the common methods of joinery, such as dowels, biscuits, splines, miters, dadoes, tongue and groove, and mortise and tenons are explained and illustrated.
About the Author
is the owner of Rideau Cabinets, a contributing editor for CabinetMaker
magazine, and a writer for Popular Woodworking
. He is the author of Build Your Own Kitchen Cabinets
, The Kitchen Cabinetmakers Building and Business Manual
, and Smart Shelving and Storage Solutions
. He lives in Russell, Ontario, Canada.