We finish off the upper cabinets by adding a face frame as well as build some shaker-style cabinet doors. This video showcases a relatively easy method for building a face frame, using a favorite jonery method - pocket hole screws. I go a step further and use tongue and groove joinery to build the shaker doors. This was a great opportunity to learn a new skill which I can share with the community! Be sure to stay tuned to this build as we finish out this project!
Major Lessons Learned
Think through a build to leverage efficiency. I made sure to make all of the same cuts with the same table saw setup which ended up be both faster and more consistent.
Don't be afraid to try something new! Most importantly don't be afraid to fail! I made several mistakes but ended up learning way more as a result.
Planning is crucial for any finishing work but cabinet doors especially! Take into account the hinge overlay and face frame width.