In the previous episode of this two part series “550 Simple Cabinet Construction Pt 1” we started the construction on a pair of overhead cabinets for a laundry room.
The cabinets are about as simple in design and construction as possible. A box with a face frame and a pair of full-overlay doors to enclose them.
The only detail that could be remotely described as “ornate” is the ogee profile routed on the rail and stiles of the door frames. As far as I’m concerned the simpler the better when it comes to cabinet design.
Why? For two reasons; 1) it makes construction a whole lot easier and more predictable, and 2) an entire wall filled with highly ornate cabinets would actually be it’s own kind of special craziness.
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