Wall cabinets lend themselves to many variations in design, depending on where they will be installed and how they will be used. This cabinet project uses a variety of woodworking skills, including cutting coved cornice molding on the tablesaw, and tapering parts with a tablesaw jig. The result will be an elegant shallow cabinet that has a minimum of hardware.
7 1/4 in. deep by 20 in. wide by 38 in. tall
- cutting tapered stiles
- full-size and scale drawings
- component templates
- detailed cutlist