Our home was built in the early 1950’s. The kitchen cabinets are not made like today’s boxes. Instead They are built up from individual small slats or boards, so when you open the doors, there is no interior panel that separates the storage spaces.
It’s actually very nice to have this extra space, both above the countertop and below it. Plus this doesn’t waste huge amounts of plywood and must be much less expensive, materials-wise, than today’s boxes.
Are their any articles here on Fine Woodworking (or maybe over at Fine Homebuilding) about how to design and build cabinets like these?
Thanks for any advice.