Since there are many 'refacing' options available online, I figured I could build the cabinet box and then buy the doors/drawers/hardware separately. It took me some time to realize to build a perfectly square cabinet box is no easy task, especially with the precision required to create frame-less (European style) cabinets. Just having a decent table saw is not good enough.
I contracted Heartland Cabinet Supply to build the boxes to my specs, using the Blum Process 32 (32mm cabinetmaking) system for drawings. Gary, the owner, was nice enough to work with me on my 'odd' project, and he seemed happy to help.
|my Ford Ranger pickup with 5 cabinets, including tall bookcase|
The cabinets were all made using 3/4" plywood on CNC routing machine. They're perfectly sized to the drawings to the millimeter!
|bathroom vanity cabinets, with whiteoak edgebanded fronts,|
stacked on top of each other. They'll be side by side against the wall soon