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very beautiful kitchen and very beautiful work
 

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Nice job of it!
 

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These look great. what is the finish ? Very good build
 

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Great craftsmanship,

What kind of wood did you use?
 

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Great looking kitchen cabinets. How did you finish them? Thanks for sharing Jerry.
 

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Jerry;

Excellent work on these cabinets.

A little more description would be nice, materials used, finish used etc…so we can all learn from the project!

The workmanship screams "perfectionist".

A gorgeous kitchen for sure.

Lee
 

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Jerry,
Very nice man!!! What do you figure that cost you to build per foot? I am looking at doing something similier in my kitchen and am currently trying to put together some prelim costs so…

Thanks,
RJ
 

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Jerry,

That is one gorgeous kitchen! I especially like the double raised-panel base ends.

And I agree with the others . . . do give us some more details.
 

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Nice looking kitchen.Thanks for posting.

God Bless
tom
 

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Thanks for all the nice comments. I got the idea for the end panels from an excellent book published by Taunton Press, "Building Kitchen Cabinets", by Udo Schmidt. They are made from maple and finished with a light white wash and and clear coat. I made the face frames with pocket hole joinery and joined to the cases with buiscuits. I used Euro style hinges and I believe Accuride glides for the drawers. I have all my receipts, but haven't added up how much everything costs. Since I have built a few things for just friends and family I don't have much experience with how much to charge someone who would want something made.
 

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Great job!

Thanks for the post

Callum
 
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