Making Perfect Inset Cabinets – DIY Kitchen Cabinets Ep 7

Project Hutchinson, Project Videos, Woodworking

Alright! Episode 7 of making custom kitchen cabinets. This is the meat of how to make inset cabinet doors. An inset door can be difficult to make, but I discuss how to start out with a slightly larger door and trim it to size. This helps get a consistent gap that looks great on inset doors. As usual, I’m using biscuit joiner and table saw, and I highlight the details of how I make these doors. The doors are made out of alder; solid alder outside, and ½” plywood on the inside. Follow along to learn how to remodel your kitchen by watching me build my own cabinets.

Watch the previous episode of attaching the face frame to the cabinet body: Face Frame Cabinet To Body

Check out Episode 4 where I do some similar cuts and go into more detail: Cabinet Bottom Cutting Details.

Watch the complete playlist: Making Kitchen Cabinets Playlist.

Download the SketchUp file for my kitchen here: Kitchen SketchUp Model Download

Check out all my Kitchen Remodel posts: Kitchen 2018 Posts

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