Building a complete set of kitchen cabinets can seem a daunting task, but Schmidt reassures us that joinery and assembly for several cabinets is the same as for one.
Here is detailed information on design, construction and installation for regular base and wall cabinets and for special situations, such as wall ovens, refrigerators, pantries and islands. He describes pocket-screw and biscuit joinery for speed and accuracy in building the face-frame cases, and covers several options for making drawers and frame-and-panel doors, as well as choosing and installing hardware.
Hundreds of color photographs and drawings illustrate every aspect of construction.
Softcover, 9" × 11", 169 pages, 2003.