How To Make Kitchen Cabinets: Build, Upgrade, and Install Your Own with the Experts at American Woodworker

How To Make Kitchen Cabinets: Build, Upgrade, and Install Your Own with the Experts at American Woodworker

by Randy Johnson
     
 
An "everything but the kitchen sink" guide to building kitchen cabinets and making simple, but impactful kitchen upgrades from the expert's at American Woodworker.

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An "everything but the kitchen sink" guide to building kitchen cabinets and making simple, but impactful kitchen upgrades from the expert's at American Woodworker.

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From the Publisher
From simple kitchen cabinet up-grades to gutting the kitchen and starting over, this is the book you will be referring to. From the first sketches to the finishing touches the American Woodworker writers have it all covered and beautifully illustrated. The book is rife with ideas and shortcuts to make your new kitchen both beautiful and efficient. You'll find ideas like making the perfect joint in plastic laminate, utilizing every inch of space like the toe kick.

Brad Holden shows you how to add roll-outs in existing or new cabinets while Tim Johnson shows you how to select and install those European hinges.

Made a mistake? Throughout the book you will find ways to repair them and how to avoid them in the first place. This one is a keeper!

How to Make Kitchen Cabinets is a collection of articles from past issues of American Woodworker. ...the book also includes a separate chapter on hinges and hardware and has a chapter with kitchen projects including custom made crown molding, a kitchen stool, and an appliance garage. So if you are ready to make a new kitchen, these books might be right for you.

'This manual offers guidance on building, upgrading and installing you own kitchen cabinets.'

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781565235069
Publisher:
Fox Chapel Publishing Company, Incorporated
Publication date:
04/01/2011
Series:
Best of American Woo Series
Pages:
256
Sales rank:
1,223,770
Product dimensions:
7.50(w) x 8.90(h) x 0.70(d)

Meet the Author

American Woodworker is one of the premier publications for woodworking. Their roster of craftsman contributors provide top-notch technical information in a way that hobbyist can understand. The magaine has been in business for decades with over 140 issues in their backlist. Randy Johnson is the Editor.

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