The nice thing about "honey do" projects is that you can justify the purchase of a new tool, or jig, or accessory in order to get the project done. If my wife wants me to do something for the home, then she usually gives me the "green light" to buy what I need to do the project right. It works out for both of us.Two doors Wall/Hanging Cabinet
This is "honey build this" project or more cynically "you have all the tools, can't you make this one?"...project.
So I just measured the available space in the kitchen and started cutting the boards, without any Bill of Materials or a Cutlist. I did not start with any drawing or specific design, too straighfoward. The design and all the measurements were in my head. The first thing I built was the cabinet doors and then the cabinet box sides (left & right).
Day #1 progress : Two Glass Panel Frame doors and Two Frame n' Panel cabinet's sides
Day #3 progress : Completed the top & bottom and the back carcas frame (1/8" plywood flush) not in the picture.
Gay #4 progress : Dry fitting…it was taking shape. I had a little problem, one of the door frame twisted (cupped & bent) making it diognally not aligned - about 3/16" proud out from the cabinet box.
I have to straighten the door by clamping/weight press to correct the twist before I can assemble it. It may take about five to seven days.
Today I got tight schedule - send my car to the car workshop (it didn't start), go to bank, pay bills but I still have time to do some cooking….."You smell what I'm cookin…?" Its fried prawn mixed with ground chilli and onion. We called it "Sambal Tumis Udang"
Bye….I'm having my breakfast cum lunch now…while checking new posts, new members here in LJs….yumy yumy….
Your cabinet looks very good. Sorry to hear about the warped door. Hope that your solution solves the problem. Look forward to seeing the finished project.