Mullions adhered to the glass create the look of four-pane divided-light doors without the pain of fussy moldings.
Classic lines and rounded corners highlight this elegant cabinet. Hardwood glued to plywood lends the appearance of frame-and-panel sides without the need for cutting difficult joints. Half-lap joints cut on the tablesaw ease door construction.
Steps in this plan include:
1. Start with the side panels
2. Make a case and back it up
3. Wrap up a top and bottom
4. Build up a base
5. Add the top and bottom
6. Inset doors make easy
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