Many woodworkers prefer 32mm frameless cabinet methods to face-frame construction. One can achieve a high degree of quality using simple methods and melamine-coated or wood-veneered particleboard.
Almost all joints, even those in drawers, are butt joins using screws rather than glue. Hinges are concealed, and there are no vertical stiles on double doors, which permits full access to the cabinet. Shelves are adjustable. Installation is simplified, as the base cabinets are mounted on adjustable legs for easy levelling.
Proulx covers assessing the kitchen space, choosing materials and hardware, and constructing, finishing and installing the cabinets. Well illustrated throughout.
Softcover, 8 1/2" × 11", 144 pages, 2003.