Are you considering building your own kitchen cabinets but are concerned about what it takes to do the entire job. Well relax; it’s all here in this book. Starting from the kitchen layout & cabinet design through the construction of cabinet boxes, drawers and doors, right up to the installation of your new cabinets including the countertop……………it’s all covered here in this book. This book doesn’t gloss over the critical aspects of kitchen cabinet design, construction and installation; it gives the reader all the necessary information needed to conquer one of the most difficult household renovations for any woodworker to tackle. Of the 144 pages of this book there are 22 pages dedicated to the installation of kitchen cabinets and those pages are filled with numerous illustrations and tips from the pros on how to make your cabinet installation go smoothly. And if you think that this book is for those who are building just kitchen cabinets, you’re mistaken. The design, construction and installation techniques presented in this book can be applied to other projects like entertainment units, office furniture and even bedroom furniture. This book is a must read for anyone considering building their own kitchen cabinets and other cabinetry. - GordGraff.com
Back to Basics Series
While the subtitle, ''Straight Talk for Today''s Woodworker'', for the ''Back to Basics'' series might imply that these books are designed for all woodworkers, they are, in my view, particularly relevant for novice woodworkers.
The authors rely largely on illustrations, and these are, in general, quite good. Almost every topic is accompanied by at least one illustration. The authors clearly have a good grasp of their respective subjects and know how to explain both simple and complex concepts clearly...these books contain a lot of reliable information that any novice woodworker will benefit from.
Constructing Kitchen Cabinets
It's been my experience that most people get into woodworking for one of two reasons - to make furniture, or to make cabinets. This book covers layout and design issues and general construction techniques for the major components in cabinet construction - casework, doors, drawers and countertops.
For example, the section on doors begins with an overview of various door designs, moves on to primers on making board and batten and frame and panel doors, and concludes with a section on mounting doors. There is also a section on installing cabinets. - ToolReviews.ca