Linden - Building Cabinet Doors & Drawers
by Danny ProulxDoors and drawers are the working parts of cabinets, and they're also what people see. That's why doors and drawers are so important-how they're designed and made determines how the...
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by Danny Proulx
Doors and drawers are the working parts of cabinets, and they're also what people see. That's why doors and drawers are so important-how they're designed and made determines how the cabinet looks and functions. Novice woodworkers often find the design of a door or drawer to be intimidating. Proulx offers step-by-step instructions on a wide variety of doors and drawers. Included are pull-outs for kitchens, slab doors, frame-and-panel, arched frame-and-panel, cope-and-stick, glass panel, tambour doors, and various types of drawers.
Paperback, 128 pages
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