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  • Office in a Closet Part 4: Finishing and Installing

    Time to wrap this office project up by finishing and installing the components. Finish and cabinet assembly: Apply finish to all components. I used a water based poly acrylic product to provide a nice looking durable finish. Set cabinets in place. Be sure they are level, and use shims if necessary. Scribe your face frame

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  • Building an Office in a Closet

    Office in a Closet Part 2: Drawers and Doors

    This is the second installment of a four-part series on squeezing A LOT of desk into a small spot. In Part 1 Paul took us through design considerations and carcase construction. The case is ready for drawer and doors. There are nearly an infinite number of methods for building drawers. Here I used a full

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  • Office in a Closet Part 1: Built-In Desk

    My wife and I used to share a spacious, sunny home office in our spare bedroom. We each had a desk and everything was great, except for the fact that my job requires several hours of telephone calls per day, and I have a rather loud voice and animated style. My wife came up with

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  • Between-the-Studs Display Shelves

    My wife loves the look of built-in furniture and cabinets, so when I finished a family room in our basement I wanted to incorporate some built-in cabinetry. The challenge that I faced in designing this was that the room was relatively small, and we had many items that we wanted to incorporate, so space was

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  • A Versatile Medicine Cabinet

    This medicine cabinet is part of a vanity that I’m currently building for a client. The cool thing about it is it’s easy to build, and it could be used in a variety of different bathroom configurations, or for storage in other parts of your house or shop. I customized this one to be used

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17 Responses to “Cabinetry”
  1. Craig L Linford

    I’m looking for construction plans for an enclosed floor standing cabinet with sliding doors and butcher block top. Maybe drawers just below the top.

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    • Customer Service

      Hi Craig. Thanks for checking in with us, but we do not have anything that meets your requirements.
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      Paul-WWGOA

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    • aaron_dean80

      Craig, I may have a Credenza plan that I drew up in SketchUp that may be able to be adapted to something you’re looking for. If you’d like to get in touch with me I can be reached at aaron_dean80@hotmail.com.

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  2. Bruce

    I will be making an end cabinet in a kitchen. It must only be 18 inches wide at the standard depth. They also want the front angled but did not specify the angle. What angle will I need to make the face frame in order to have at least a 12 inch opening for a door? Is there a method or formula for figuring this out?Ticket 21077

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    • Customer Service

      Dear Bruce,

      Thank you for your patience. In regards to your question-

      Your best bet for this would be to work in a modeling application such as Sketchup, as you can try different scenarios and come up with something that will work without wasting excessive time and wood.

      Sincerely,

      Paul
      Woodworkers Guild of America Video Membership

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  3. bullheadfishermen

    very disappointed tried three different projects to find print and you don’t have any. I will be cancelling my subscription

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    • Customer Service

      Hi Matt. I am sorry to hear that. Please let us know what you are looking for and we would be happy to help you locate. If you have any questions, please contact our customer service team at 1-855-253-0822.
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      Jean-WWGOA Video Membership

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  4. FREDERICK

    I’m looking for a cabinet to store music cd’s.. It would be nice if the cabinet had doors.

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    • Customer Service

      Hi Joe. Do don’t have a complete dining room set, but here is a dining table: https://www.wwgoa.com/product/trestle-style-dining-table-plan/ I’ve found that it is easier to learn from the skills based content on WWGOA, and then create your own plans based on what you want to build. Once you’ve mastered the basic joinery options, you can build anything you can dream up. I usually take my wife to a furniture store, have her pick out what she wants (usually a combination of features from 2-3 different pieces), then I build it for her.
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      Paul-Woodworkers Guild of America

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  5. George Facer

    I want to build a center cabinet for a walk in closet . I have white oak from a lumber mill and have planned and sanded it. But I have never tried to put boards together to make them wide enough . I would like to make 4 draws that I can slid out to put sweaters on and then a few shelfs and two doors. It would look something like what I have in my kitchen . I have done wood work but nothing like this project. I work best from plans with parts list.
    Thanks
    George

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