How Do You Make Kitchen Cabinet Shaker Doors?
Cabinet doors are the focal point of kitchen cabinets and can complement or take away from the overall aesthetics of the kitchen. More and more homeowners are using cabinets with overlay doors because of their picture-frame look. Whether they’re raised panel, glass panel or shaker doors, the frame look causes the cabinets to look more architecturally sound. The door you’re going to make here is for a regular 30-inch-by-27-inch kitchen wall cabinet. Remember to make the doors one inch larger in both width and height of the door opening. Set the fence of the table saw at two inches. Rip two pieces from each of the 1-by-6-by-30-inch lumber. Set the fence of the table saw at 3/16 inch. Lower the blade to a half-inch. Cut a groove in the long edges of the four pieces. Then, turn them around to cut a groove on the same edge from the other side of the lumber. This will result in a groove that is 3/8-inch-by-1/2-inch. Measure from the end of two of the 30-inch pieces and make a mark at 20 inch