Nothing transforms a kitchen like new cabinets. And fewer improvements are more expensive. But, if you are a do-it-yourselfer, you can save big by doing your own work with the detailed guidance in two Made Simple book-and-DVD sets by Gregory Paolini. Simply watch and learn as this master cabinetmaker demonstrates exactly what he’s explaining and you’re on the way to success.
Kitchen Cabinets Made Simple takes the mystery out of kitchen cabinet construction, making it possible for you to build new cabinets for a fraction of the cost of buying them. This multi-media approach — DVD and illustrated book guide — visually walk you through the process of building sturdy face-frame cabinets with frame-and-panel doors. It covers the essentials, from drawing out a plan to constructing the cabinet boxes to applying the final finish.
Installing Kitchen Cabinets Made Simple shows you how to draw up a plan, select the right materials for cabinetry and countertops, and prepare the site properly. It covers the critical instructions for installing both wall and base cabinets so they are level and square, plus easy ways to finish with perfect side panels and trim around the cabinets. It’s all in here.
Add value to your home without adding stress. The author’s foolproof methods apply to stock and custom cabinets, giving you plenty of options for updating your kitchen. Clearly labeled photos, helpful sidebars, and “WorkSmart” tips help you successfully complete all phases of a project that will have long-term value and increase your home’s livability.
Gregory Paolini designs and builds furniture and cabinetry from a small shop in the Smokey Mountains, just west of Asheville, North Carolina. He also teaches and writes about the craft and is a frequent contributor to Fine Woodworking magazine.
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