Curved Door with Flat Glass Planes
A straightforward technique for setting straight panes into curved rails
A curved or bow-front feature gives a sophisticated look to a cabinet, but curved glass is expensive. A good compromise is to set straight panes of glass into curved rails. The trick is to use multiple panes and set them into straight rabbets routed into the back of the laminated, curved rails. The mullions are grooved and angled, too. Clark Kellogg shows you how.
From Fine Woodworking #224