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Spice cabinet

comments (0) January 11th, 2014 in Reader's Gallery

Mberb Mberb, member
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Used flush drawer pulls to avoid interference with cabinet door and to maximize depth of boxes.  
used standard drawer glides on top and bottom Rabbet hides end of glide.  
Replaced all my cabinet doors.  Its much easier than you might think.  I had never done it before.  Used shaker-style cabinet router bit set, maple frame, MDF panel and good latex paint after priming.  All materials came from home improvement store.  
Used flush drawer pulls to avoid interference with cabinet door and to maximize depth of boxes.   - CLICK TO ENLARGE

Used flush drawer pulls to avoid interference with cabinet door and to maximize depth of boxes.  

Photo: Matthew Berberich

This cabinet is right next to the stove and we've found it to be very useful.  Its fun to make something that gets used every day.  Used box joints (made on table saw) and std drawer glides.  Sized boxes for spices we use. One of the boxes is a little deeper than the other two. Also...the cabinet door is something I did a year ago. 


Design or Plan used: My own design

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